Phillips Has Leaked Their 1,200Hz PMR 3D TV

9/7/2012 6:08:49 PM

A document has leaked that Phillips was going to their most hi-end TV in series 9000 next September. The model is supposed to impress user with its Perfect Motion Rate.

Description: Phillips has leaked their 1,200Hz PMR 3D TV.

Phillips has leaked their 1,200Hz PMR 3D TV.

Two new models which will be introduced are 9707 (46 inches) and 9706 (6c inches). And they are likely to be the most hi-end. Revealed specs have shown that they are going to be a fierce rival against models from Samsung, LG and Sony.

9706 and 9707 TVs both own LED LCD with a backlight control system Micro Dimming Premium plus 1,200Hz Perfect Motion Rate which is 10 times higher than that (120Hz) of today’s LED TV.

Description: Leaked image of Phillips 9707­­

Leaked image of Phillips 9707

Moreover, new models also come with 3D and Smart TV features besides QWERTY remote control. This new 3D technology is called 3D Max, by Phillips. It uses active shutter 3D system yet supports Dual Mode (3D TV without glasses) like other passive 3D TVs of LG.

As expected, until this September at IFA 2012 in Berlin (Germany), Phillips will announce their most hi-end models of series 9000.


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