LG created a design for the G2 that is even more impressive compared to modern flat-screen TVs. Matching to that, the South Korean manufacturer also supplies you with a compatible mounting solution that brings the so-called Gallery Design of this TV almost flat to the wall. The Philips simply has nothing comparable to this.
Instead, the OLED+936 puts other interesting equipment cards on the table. Besides the already mentioned soundbar from Bowers & Wilkins and 4-sided Ambilight for a higher immersion effect, there are additional features included.
You can adjust the sound reproduction to your hearing via Mimi Sound Personalization. In our comparison between the Philips OLED+936 vs LG OLED evo G2, this feature is especially interesting for people with hearing impairments.
So-called DTSMulti-channel-sound-system (Surround Sound) competing with Dolby Digital Play-Fi offers you the option to install a surround sound solution for your setup with the help of compatible speakers. The feature can also be used as a multi-room option to continue listening when you are not in the same room as the TV.