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TP Vision: 90 per cent of Philips Android TVs get connected

TP Vision: 90 per cent of Philips Android TVs get connected

By 24 April 2015

TP Vision, the license holder for Philips televisions and one of the largest display manufacturers around, today talked about the adoption of Android TV and the impact that has on its smart TVs. Talking at the IFA 2015 Global Press Conference in Malta,... >>

All Philips TVs for 2015 will be powered by Android Lollipop

All Philips TVs for 2015 will be powered by Android Lollipop

By 5 January 2015

TP Vision has announced that all of its 2015 Philips TVs will be powered by the latest version of Android, Lollipop. Philips TVs powered by Android proved to be quite a draw at IFA in Berlin last year and they are bound to be at the CES consumer electronics... >>

TP Vision announces UHD Philips TVs for all budgets, 4K for all starts here

TP Vision announces UHD Philips TVs for all budgets, 4K for all starts here

By 4 September 2014

TP Vision has expanded its range of Philips brand Ultra High Definition LED TVs by introducing three new ranges designed for people with different budgets. All come with Ambilight, the brand's trademark LED lighting system that casts colours around the... >>

Philips TVs powered by Android to get OnLive cloud gaming service pre-installed

Philips TVs powered by Android to get OnLive cloud gaming service pre-installed

By 2 September 2014

After announcing that its Philips TVs will come with Spotify Connect from the box, TP Vision has also signed a partnership with cloud gaming service OnLive. All new models of Philips TVs powered by Android will come with the OnLive application pre-installed.... >>

Philips TVs first to declare love for Spotify Connect, TP Vision first manufacturer to include it

Philips TVs first to declare love for Spotify Connect, TP Vision first manufacturer to include it

By 27 August 2014

TP Vision has announced ahead of the IFA consumer electronics trade show in Berlin that its Philips TVs powered by Android will feature Spotify Connect support. It claims to be the first manufacturer to bring the service to Smart TVs, so users can stream... >>

TP Vision launches Android-powered Philips TVs with access to Google Play

TP Vision launches Android-powered Philips TVs with access to Google Play

By 6 January 2014

TP Vision has announced it will launch its first Philips Ambilight TVs powered by Android at CES 2014, with the aim to enrich the Smart TV experience and offer a faster TV and gaming performance. The idea is to strengthen the TV;s role as an "entertainment... >>

Philips DesignLine TVs pictures and hands-on

Philips DesignLine TVs pictures and hands-on

By 14 March 2013

Philips might have sold its TV division recently to TP Vision - retaining just a 30 per cent stake in the brand - but it seems none of that has affected the company's will to be known for stylish and performance-orientated screens. The DesignLine is,... >>

TP Vision working on 4K resolution 9000 series Philips TV

TP Vision working on 4K resolution 9000 series Philips TV

By 27 February 2013

With 4K televisions becoming all the more common, it seems logical that Philips would want to get in on the action. And, indeed, Pocket-lint has now seen an early prototype of the first 4K TV which will go on sale next year. In case you're not aware,... >>

TP Vision announces huge range of new Philips TVs

TP Vision announces huge range of new Philips TVs

By 21 February 2013

TP Vision, the company formed to take over Philips' TV arm, has announced a range of new flatscreen televisions badged with the Philips brand. All dubbed Smart TVs, the range includes the active 3D PFL4508 and PFL8008 series sets, and passive 3D PFL5008,... >>

Philips TV: 'Here to stay and to grow', says TP Vision

Philips TV: 'Here to stay and to grow', says TP Vision

By 13 April 2012

Maarten de Vries, CEO of the newly formed TP Vision company, comprised of TPV and Philips television, took to the stage today at the IFA Global Press Conference to clarify the direction the TV company will be taking. Talking under the banner "here to... >>