7000 Series from Philips TV will include P5 picture processing engine and HDR

- Adrian Ungureanu
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The 7000 series of ultra slim LED edge lit UHD TVs continues to be the bridge to Philips high-end sets, offering great design, real metal finishes, superb picture and sound quality.

Philips is committed to having outstanding performance throughout its entire TV range, and the 7000 Series will also feature a flagship set with the introduction of the new 7502 model – available in 49” 55” and 65” screen sizes.

The new 7502 is Philips second set to feature the impressive new high-end P5 picture processing engine offering a 50% performance increase over the previous market leading Perfect Pixel Ultra HD engine.

The inclusion of the P5 engine, and a wide colour gamut panel ensures superb picture quality is on offer, and with a respectable 400 Nit light output from the display, the 7502 easily reaches Philips HDR Premium standard for both HDR10 and HLG content.

Three-sided Ambilight technology connects directly to the onscreen action thanks to an ultra-narrow bezel and ensures that the viewing experience is totally immersive.

Philips has also managed to integrate a sleek forward firing ‘visible sound’ soundbar into the 7502’s ultra slim chassis. The soundbar combines with the unique triple ring drivers on the rear of the set – and a powerful 45W amplifier – to produce a wide stereo soundstage with deep bass, wide stereo separation and perfect clarity.

The other sets in the 7000 series include the 49” and 55’ 7272 and the 43” 7202 models.
Both models included Philips Pixel Precise Ultra HD Engine featuring Perfect Natural Motion and Micro Dimming Pro technology.

High brightness – 400 Nit – panels and HDR10 functionality combine to give an excellent contrast performance easily reaching Philips HDR Plus standard.

Philips unique Ambilight technology ensures that all 7000 sets can give a totally immersive viewing experience with the 7272 models offering a 3-sided version and the 7202 offering 2-sided Ambilight.

All the new 7000 series sets are powered by the latest M version of the Android Smart TV system allowing HDR content playback from Netflix. The new OS is runs on quad-core processor and 16GB of internal memory – with the option to add more memory after connecting external HDD.

The company didn’t revealed the prices, but mentioned that they would be mid-range prices, while the TVs will hit shelves this summer.