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Rohinni and BOE Launch Display Joint Venture
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Future of MicroLED TV: Interviewing the CEO of Rohinni, BOE's Partner


We interview Matthew Gerber, CEO of Rohinni - the microLED TV partner of BOE Pixey. Samsung, LG and Sony are shaking in their boots, because BOE the largest tv panel manufacturer in the world has partnered with America's best and brightest Micro LED engineers to leapfrog the competition. You can jump to the different topics we covered with the time stamps below.
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Philips 2020 OLED: 'AI' video processor, 8K OLED prototype, more


Philips 2020 TVs: Ambilight, Android, Hue, 'The One', more



First look: Philips 2020 OLED and LCD TVs
https://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?s ... 1580113886

In Amsterdam, Philips once again exhibited its 8K OLED TV prototype that we first saw at IFA 2019 back in September. The company says that it is early days for 8K so it prefers to wait for the market to mature a little. Of course, the 88-inch 8K OLED is based on LG Display's panel and we already know what LG's asking price is ($30,000). It is not just the market that is not ready. 8K OLED is not ready either. It looks amazing - currently the best 8K panel by far in our opinion - but it is also far too expensive.

A more interesting development is the video processor inside Philips' 8K OLED prototype. If you watched the video above, you already know this, but Philips is working on burn-in protection that it claims can "solve 95% of the burn-in problem" as well as "next-level source perfection". In some ways, these two are related because through more advanced image analysis, which new 'AI' processors are capable of, it can detect logos (in order to dim brightness) and areas with problematic banding or posterization. LG has been doing similar things in its OLED TVs for a few years now but it is great to see especially logo detection be implemented in TVs from other brands.





HDMI 2.1, Android 10, Filmmaker Mode
The TVs announced in Amsterdam will not feature HDMI 2.1 ports. When asked, the company further said that HDMI 2.1 will not come to any Philips TV this year, arguing that the main benefit of HDMI 2.1 in a 4K TV is VRR (variable refresh rate) for gaming and that next-generation consoles are not due until late 2020. The 2021 Philips TV line-up will be ready for HDMI 2.1, the company added.

Like last year, the TVs will feature a single HDMI 2.1 feature that can be supported on HDMI 2.0 chipsets. ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) enables the TV to automatically switch to game mode when a game is detected (and switch out of game mode afterwards). The PC or game console must also support ALLM.

At CES 2020 earlier this month, Philips was announced as a partner for Filmmaker Mode. The TVs announced in Amsterdam will not support Filmmaker Mode but 2021 models will - and possibly some 2020 models (via firmware), but a final decision has yet to be made. Filmmaker Mode is in many ways the polar opposite to the 'AI' video processor so by offering both options the company will appeal more broadly to different types of viewers, including those who want an unaltered picture without any enhancements.

The new TVs for the first half of 2020 will come pre-installed with Android 9 - like last year's models. Philips argued that it would rather wait for Android 10 to become stable before making it available in its TVs. We will most likely get an update on Android 10 and Google Stadia for Android TV at IFA 2020 in early September, the company told FlatpanelsHD.

AV1 is a new video codec created by heavyweights like Apple, Amazon, Google, Netflix, and Microsoft. AV1 will enable 8K TVs to stream 8K from YouTube but can also be used to deliver 4K or HD video more efficiently across TVs and handheld devices. The Philips TVs announced for the first half of 2020 will not support AV1 but Philips confirmed to Flatpanels that it is committed to AV1.

That was all for this time. We expect to see new 7 and 9 series OLED TVs along with many more LCD models from Philips later this year at IFA 2020.HDMI 2.1, Android 10, Filmmaker Mode
The TVs announced in Amsterdam will not feature HDMI 2.1 ports. When asked, the company further said that HDMI 2.1 will not come to any Philips TV this year, arguing that the main benefit of HDMI 2.1 in a 4K TV is VRR (variable refresh rate) for gaming and that next-generation consoles are not due until late 2020. The 2021 Philips TV line-up will be ready for HDMI 2.1, the company added.

Like last year, the TVs will feature a single HDMI 2.1 feature that can be supported on HDMI 2.0 chipsets. ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) enables the TV to automatically switch to game mode when a game is detected (and switch out of game mode afterwards). The PC or game console must also support ALLM.

At CES 2020 earlier this month, Philips was announced as a partner for Filmmaker Mode. The TVs announced in Amsterdam will not support Filmmaker Mode but 2021 models will - and possibly some 2020 models (via firmware), but a final decision has yet to be made. Filmmaker Mode is in many ways the polar opposite to the 'AI' video processor so by offering both options the company will appeal more broadly to different types of viewers, including those who want an unaltered picture without any enhancements.

The new TVs for the first half of 2020 will come pre-installed with Android 9 - like last year's models. Philips argued that it would rather wait for Android 10 to become stable before making it available in its TVs. We will most likely get an update on Android 10 and Google Stadia for Android TV at IFA 2020 in early September, the company told FlatpanelsHD.

AV1 is a new video codec created by heavyweights like Apple, Amazon, Google, Netflix, and Microsoft. AV1 will enable 8K TVs to stream 8K from YouTube but can also be used to deliver 4K or HD video more efficiently across TVs and handheld devices. The Philips TVs announced for the first half of 2020 will not support AV1 but Philips confirmed to Flatpanels that it is committed to AV1.

That was all for this time. We expect to see new 7 and 9 series OLED TVs along with many more LCD models from Philips later this year at IFA 2020.

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TV Oled Ultra HD 8K Philips 88'', rendez‑vous en 2021
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LG ELECTRONICS COLLECTS RECORD NUMBER OF AWARDS AT CES 2020
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[CES 2020] Le rapport d’Olivier Ezratty :clap:
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Q95T, Q90T, Q80T, Q70T, Q60T – Samsungs 4K QLED Lineup 2020
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It’s 2020, So Where is Rec2020?
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Apple Patent Imagines iMac Made From a Single Sheet of Glass
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Samsung améliore drastiquement son téléviseur haut de gamme 8K pour 2020
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