Philips Details Full 2015 TV Lineup

Finally, there are three ranges of entry-level TVs, ranging from 22″ to 55″. As with the above models, they will be released in Europe and Russia in Q2.

The 4000 (22″, 24″) and 5210 (24″) series are almost identical; the only major differences are in resolution (4000: 1920 x 1080, 5100: 1366 x 768) and colour (black/white, respectively). The 4000 series also features global dimming. They have 100Hz PMR and HDMI (x2), USB and Scart inputs, as well as 5W speakers and DVB-T/T2/C/S/S2 tuners. The 4100 series (32″, 40″, 48″) has identical features to the the 4000 TVs, but with 16W speakers.

Finally comes Philips’ 5300 (32″, 40″, 50″) and 5500 (32″, 40″, 48″, 55″) TVs. Both have 1920 x 1080 resolution; a 200Hz PMR; Micro Dimming; and dual-core processors. They are Miracast-certified, with 20W (10W on 32″ 5300 model) speakers and a DVB-T/T2/C/S/S2 tuner.

The major difference comes in smart functionality: the 5500 models run Android TV and have 8GB of local storage. They also feature HDMI (x4), USB (x3), Scart, component, CI+, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct connectivity, while the 5300 TVs have one less HDMI and USB port.