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Since last year, you no longer need an Ambilight TV to immerse the room in lighting that matches the TV picture. Philips has at least opened the first door to this by entering into a partnership with Samsung. Since then, you can use the Philips Hue Sync app to access the first official alternative to smart ambient lighting.

The range will be expanded this spring. Support will not only be extended to other EU countries, but other functions will also be added. These include the implementation of a music mode that is compatible with any source, including any app. The familiar SmartThings application for controlling smart home devices will also be integrated. 

The subscription model has also been tweaked. Instead of paying a one-off fee of 129.99 euros for permanent use of the app, you can now opt for a monthly offer of 2.99 euros. Up to three Samsung televisions can then be operated with Hue if required.

Source: flatpanelshd

After a decade of a model-specific update policy, the South Korean TV manufacturer is finally giving in next year. In future, older TVs will also be equipped with the latest webOS revision – albeit with a delay of around 12 months. The company cites performance and stability optimization as the official reasons for the delay.

The so-called ReNew program will initially last for a period of five years and ensure that earlier model generations are also guaranteed to receive a software update. This year, webOS 23 will be rolled out to certain devices from the 2022 model year. Next year, 2023 TVs will also receive the latest version of the operating system.

Until now, LG has always refused to provide customers with the latest software version on older televisions. One problem here is ensuring performance. There is also a strategic sales decision behind this. In conjunction with the webOS 24 version, corresponding televisions receive Chromecast support as well as the updated user interface in full screen.

Source: Flatpanelshd

It has now been announced that TP Vision is planning to unveil its very own new user interface based on Linux at its launch event in January. A name already seems to have been decided as well. Branded as Titan OS, a successor to the company’s in-house operating system Saphi could make the licensing of Google TV no longer necessary in future. 

In contrast to the previous solution, which was mainly used on the lower-performance models including Mini-LED TVs, the upcoming operating system could also make its way directly into the OLED segment. Furthermore, there have been rumors about a cooperation with the streaming platform Joyn, including a dedicated quick start button on the remote control. Perhaps even devices already equipped with the Saphi interface from previous years could receive a subsequent update.

Source: Lowpass

As Twice recently reported, LG Display recently confirmed to the electronics portal that it will be offering 32-, 34- and 39-inch OLED screens in 2024. Although the South Korean supplier also provides Samsung, Panasonic, Sony and Philips with the same technology in addition to the main company LG, none of these TV manufacturers currently offer self-illuminating screens below 42 inches. This gap could therefore be closed in the future and even smaller Smart TVs with this technology might be available. However, attractive price differences that can be passed on to consumers are a basic factor here.

Source: Twice

As the cloud gaming service Utomik recently announced, the company has entered on a partnership with the VIDAA operating system distributed by Hisense. As a result, Smart TVs by the Chinese brand and license holders of the user interface are expected to receive their own app with access to the game streaming service starting in 2024. 

As soon as the service is available, owners of a compatible TV can create a user account right on the screen and try out the service free of charge for 14 days. Once this period is over, an active subscription is required. However, you should have a suitable controller ready. Smart TVs made by LG and Samsung already feature this option for quite some time.

Source: Utomik

As the Chinese electronics company has now announced, ULED X technology will be further expanded. A new Mini LED TV is already waiting to be launched. According to the manufacturer, it will have more than 40,000 dimming zones and achieve a peak brightness of 10,000 nits. This would literally pulverize the previous and impressive record of the Hisense UX.

As part of its TV portfolio, the brand released the aforementioned Mini LED TV this year. Its panel features 5000 dimming zones and a peak brightness of almost 3500 nits. Even high-end televisions from established TV manufacturers are outshone by this model. Although the device, called 110UX, will be officially unveiled at CES 2024, the company has not yet commented on the price or other possible sizes. It is also not yet clear whether this monster television will actually be launched on the market in 2024.

Source: Flatpanelshd

As reported by the news agency Reuters, the loss-making business at LG Display in recent quarters should soon report a return to the black. This was announced within the report by Chief Financial Officer Sung-hyun Kim. Thus the supply of panels is picking up again due to seasonal factors. About half of the annual production in the OLED sector – almost 28 million OLED screens for small to medium-sized devices – is expected to be allotted within the fourth quarter. 

The main reason for the decline in sales were weak sales in the premium TV segment. In recent years, the demand for electronic products was generally not as strong due to high cost of living and an uncertain economic situation. As a result, not only did stocks remain at a high level, but the production of components for device manufacturers also decreased during this period.

Source: Reuters

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