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4K Google Cast TVs from Philips arriving this summer

by: John DyeMay 27, 2016
Philips has announced that their next-generation 6000 Series 4K televisions will be arriving in June and July of this year with Google Cast built right in.
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Philips SpeechAir voice recorder harnesses the power of Android

by: Edgar CervantesApril 24, 2016
Philips and Speech Processing Solutions have just announced the SpeechAir, an intelligent voice recorder powered by Android.
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80% of Philips TVs in 2015 will run Android

by: Nirave GondhiaApril 24, 2015
Philips have announced that 80 percent of their TVs in 2015 will be powered by Android Lollipop and will be available at a range of price points.
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Philips announces Android powered 4K TV

by: Rob TriggsMarch 28, 2014
Philips has announced a new line-up of Android powered televisions which will be released later this year. They're based on the same Android 4.2.2 operating system which powers a range of smartphones and tablets.
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Philips Xenium W8510 pushes the boundaries of battery life, offers 35 days stand-by and 18 hours talk time

by: Andrew GrushJuly 18, 2013
Looking for a phone that can make it through a full days use, and then some? The Philips Xenium W8510 offers 35-days standby and 18-hours talk time in a quad-core mid-range package.
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Dual SIM Philips W8355 coming soon with 5.3-inch screen and Android 4.0 ICS

by: AdrianJanuary 12, 2013
Despite being a “premium” brand name in the tech world, having annual revenue in the order of tens of billions of dollars and an effective of worldwide employees of over 100,000 people, Philips has never been what you’d call Android-friendly.
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New line of Philips entry-level ICS tablets to use MIPS processors

by: Mike AndriciApril 23, 2012

Philips is a Dutch consumer electronics company that doesn’t exactly have a reputation to maintain as an Android manufacturer. But that did not seem to stop Philips officials from recently announcing a new line of entry-level 7” Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets bound (at least for now) for the Chinese market.

The pricing and release dates are yet to be announced, as is the availability of the new line of tablets in other markets, but what caught our attention was the fact that Philips engineers have decided not to use an ARM processor or an x86 one (like 99% of all other Android manufacturers), opting for a low-power MIPS processor instead. Android currently offers some [...]

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Philips’ Android PMP is Something to Look Out For

by: Christine TorralbaJanuary 30, 2012

Back in CES 2012, we saw a lot of really cool upcoming Android smartphones and tablets. But if there’s one accessory we failed to mention, it would be Philips’ new PMP system; an Android based portable media player. Well, they also had an iPhone docking speaker system but we’re more interested on the PMP!

The PMP is actually a successor to the GoGear Connect, but both of them run on Android 2.3 OS and have a capacitive touch screen display. The big difference is that the new model has a larger screen of 0.3 inches compared to the 3.2 of the previous model. It also has a capacitive touch technology, MicroSD card slot for expanded memory, front-facing video camera, and [...]

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