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.
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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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.
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...
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...