Philips OLED706 4K Android TV supports 120Hz and variable refresh rate, priced from RM8,999

5/4/2022 1:05:00 PM

The Philips OLED706 is now available in Malaysia starting from RM8,999 for the 55' size. It comes with a 30W subwoofer, all the popular gaming features and 'most importantly', RGB lighting.

The Philips OLED706 is now available in Malaysia starting from RM8,999 for the 55' size. It comes with a 30W subwoofer, all the popular gaming features and 'most importantly', RGB lighting.

The Philips OLED706 is now available in Malaysia starting from RM8,999 for the 55' size. It comes with a 30W subwoofer, all the popular gaming features and 'most importantly', RGB lighting.

Android TV.Close Privacy Overview This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website.late 2020 , and they offer this weird hybrid of functionality between being a regular computer monitor and doubling as a smart TV too.× Copy URL United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees says Putrajaya’s proposal to allow refugees to work is a positive move as it would support and contribute to the Malaysian economy.

This model sits just below Philips’ flagship OLED+ 936 TV.The OLED706 model – for short – comes in 55” and 65” sizes, but apart from that, both screen sizes share the same specifications and features.We also use third-party cookies that help us analyze and understand how you use this website.The OLED706 has Philips’ understated design language with thin metal bezels and little fanfare.The Samsung Smart Monitor M8 is a 32-inch, 4K resolution display using a VA panel, with a standard 60Hz refresh rate.Being a high-end model, it comes with aluminium stands, but the stand does not lift the TV high off the ground.You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies.So placing a soundbar without blocking content at the bottom of the screen will be a challenge.Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access!.

The best solution would be to wall mount the TV.Necessary Always Enabled Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly.It has a 3,000:1 contrast ratio too.As suggested by the name, the OLED706 is powered by the Android 10 (Q) operating system, giving you access to the Google Play store and its large curation of video and music streaming apps.You also get 32GB of storage which is more than enough for video and streaming apps.These cookies do not store any personal information.The TV remote also has an upmarket feel and has a built-in microphone for interacting with Google Assistant for voice commands.2ch stereo speakers.Displaying your content is a 4K OLED panel powered by a quad-core processor with Philips’ P5 Perfect Picture Engine for image processing.It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.

I have not consumed content on a Philips TV that uses this image processor, so I can’t comment on the image quality.That said, it should at the very least, output deep blacks with punchy and vibrant colours given that it’s a modern OLED panel.0 port, WiFi 5 and Bluetooth 4.All the major HRD standards like HDR10, HDR 10+, HLG and Dolby Vision are supported.However, there is no brightness information given by Philips, so I can’t guess the quality of HDR contents.Furthermore, it doesn’t have the popular Filmmaker Mode preset which follows the guidelines set by The Ultra High Definition Alliance.Of course, you will also have the option to hook it up to your computer or laptop wirelessly if you’d prefer.

What it essentially does is disables all post-processing of the TV and gives you a picture that is the way the filmmakers intended.However, if you’ve been shopping around for an OLED TV for your gaming setup, be it PC or console gaming, the OLED706 has all the bases covered.Firstly, 4K at 120Hz support is here for high framerate gaming.Google Duo is also onboard the Smart Monitor M8, allowing you to make video calls with ease using the bundled FHD SlimFit Camera that.This is native support for 120Hz refresh rate and not upscaled from 60Hz using Motion Estimation and Motion Compensation (MEMC) like on the Xiaomi Mi TV Q1.There are a handful of console games that can actually hit 120fps, but on a PC, it’s much more attainable.

But, what will interest every gamer is that TV supports auto low latency mode (ALLM) and variable refresh rate (VRR) support.You will need to fork out a bit more than what you might expect for a regular 32-inch monitor though.ALLM will automatically switch your TV to game mode to reduce input lag.On the other hand, VRR will prevent screen tearing by constantly matching the refresh rate of the TV to your gaming device.For audio, the OLED706 comes with two, 10W speakers and a 30W subwoofer to form a 2.You could also seek out the older Smart Monitor M7 and Smart Monitor M5 displays if you prefer.1 speaker configuration.

Philips claims it’s capable of reproducing Dolby Atmos audio, but this is just marketing fluff as I’ve seen soundbars with dedicated Atmos channels struggle to reproduce the sound.That said, the 30W subwoofer should help reproduce the rumbles of the lower frequency range.But if you value the audio experience, you should be looking at a premium soundbar or a dedicated home theatre system to get the full Dolby Atmos audio.One feature that Philips is heavily advertising is its Ambilight system, which is essentially RGB lights that you might have seen on gaming monitors.The Ambilight software will analyse the colours being displayed on the screen and duplicate them using the RGB lighting on the wall behind the TV.

Lastly, let’s take a look at the connectivity options you get with the Philips OLED706.There are 4 HDMI ports that, according to Philips, are all capable of audio return channel (ARC).HDMI 2.1 standard is only available on HDMI 1 and 2, while only HDMI 2 is the dedicated enhanced audio return channel (eARC).Moving on there are 3 USB ports and since Philips does not explicitly say which version, it’s safe to assume they are USB 2.

0 ports.You will also find a S/PDIF and ethernet port, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack.Wi-Fi ac and Bluetooth 5.0 radios are available for wireless connectivity.

So how much will the Philips OLED706 4K Ultra HD OLED Android TV set you back? Well, Philips is having a special launch promo price in Malaysia so you can get the TV at: 55” OLED706 4K Ultra HD OLED Android TV (.

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