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Philips 55PUS7803/12 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Android Smart TV with HDR Plus and 3-sided Ambilight - Light Silver (2018 Model) - £603.49 @ Amazon
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Philips 55PUS7803/12 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Android Smart TV with HDR Plus and 3-sided Ambilight - Light Silver (2018 Model) - £603.49 @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd Jun

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Iv the 50 inch, waiting till the 65 inch come down in price
Does this allow streaming via chrome cast ie YouTube from an android phone?
nads20522/06/2019 21:45

Does this allow streaming via chrome cast ie YouTube from an android phone?


Yes it does. And using Google assistant on phone or home speaker, just say 'ok Google play new movie trailers on tv' for example and it will do the rest for you.
I really like android tv
willevans71653322/06/2019 22:31

Yes it does. And using Google assistant on phone or home speaker, just …Yes it does. And using Google assistant on phone or home speaker, just say 'ok Google play new movie trailers on tv' for example and it will do the rest for you.I really like android tv


Nice. I think I've seen a Sony TV with similar software. Even if it's on standby, you'll be able to stream some content from your phone. It will switch on the TV, start youtube and start streaming. That's a cool feature.
nads20522/06/2019 22:36

Nice. I think I've seen a Sony TV with similar software. Even if it's on …Nice. I think I've seen a Sony TV with similar software. Even if it's on standby, you'll be able to stream some content from your phone. It will switch on the TV, start youtube and start streaming. That's a cool feature.


All that and more, especially if you link it up with a hue lighting system it can be brilliant.
I will definitely be getting an ambilight android TV for my next front room TV, currently only have one in the bedroom
Am I dreaming, or was there a Philips OLED posted the other day for £900? Can’t seem to find it.
andysmoore22/06/2019 22:51

Am I dreaming, or was there a Philips OLED posted the other day for £900? …Am I dreaming, or was there a Philips OLED posted the other day for £900? Can’t seem to find it.


@andysmoore was it this one? hotukdeals.com/dea…879
Edited by: "smc1978" 22nd Jun
smc197822/06/2019 23:03

@andysmoore was it this one? …@andysmoore was it this one? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/philips-55pos900205-55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-oled-tv-with-android-smart-tv-ambilight-3-sided-hdr-perfect-freeview-hd-30w-sound-silver-3239879


Oh yeah, may have been. I reckon it will drop to £899 soon. Currently got a 4k Philips and I don’t think I could ever go without ambilight now. It’s such a good feature. Makes up for the rubbish, stuttering firmware.
Anyone know the differences between this, 55PUS7303, and 55PUS7383 which has been £529 on AO for a while?
andysmoore22/06/2019 23:10

Oh yeah, may have been. I reckon it will drop to £899 soon. Currently got …Oh yeah, may have been. I reckon it will drop to £899 soon. Currently got a 4k Philips and I don’t think I could ever go without ambilight now. It’s such a good feature. Makes up for the rubbish, stuttering firmware.


Just checked camelx3 and it actually was £899 on 10th June.
essjay_2222/06/2019 23:16

Anyone know the differences between this, 55PUS7303, and 55PUS7383 which …Anyone know the differences between this, 55PUS7303, and 55PUS7383 which has been £529 on AO for a while?


Only difference I can see is in the sound specs.

The 7303 has DTS Studio Sound and DTS TruSurround.

The 7383 doesn’t have these options listed but has something called “Clear Sound”.

Other than that the only other difference is the colour of the frame. The 7303 is a dark grey. The 7383 is a light grey.

Reviews seem worse for the 7303. Which is odd as they appear to be almost identical.
What is the sound like from this TV?
andysmoore22/06/2019 23:44

Only difference I can see is in the sound specs. The 7303 has DTS Studio …Only difference I can see is in the sound specs. The 7303 has DTS Studio Sound and DTS TruSurround.The 7383 doesn’t have these options listed but has something called “Clear Sound”. Other than that the only other difference is the colour of the frame. The 7303 is a dark grey. The 7383 is a light grey. Reviews seem worse for the 7303. Which is odd as they appear to be almost identical.



@andysmoore The 7383 on AO for £529 is compatible with Dolby Atmos.
Bought the 7303 65” in a deal last Christmas with Amazon for £749.
Its a nice set, and I agree that ambilight is great. Have combined it with a couple of Hue Go lights either side to light up the whole wall in tune with what’s displayed on the tv which looks awesome.
Remote could do with backlighting or symbols on keys in white rather than grey which makes them difficult to see in low light. Also I wish it had all the catch-up channels rather than just iPlayer built in, but I often use mine with Apple TV. 4K pictures are fantastic, sound is above average for a flat screen as it’s a slightly thicker to incorporate the ambilight allowing for better speakers, but I find SD pictures truly woeful (probably the same as most 4K sets).
Would upgrade to the 65OLED804 when it’s out and drops significantly in price for the OLED picture quality and to keep the great ambilight, as I think it’s unbeatable as a combination.
ghow00723/06/2019 12:07

Bought the 7303 65” in a deal last Christmas with Amazon for £749.Its a ni …Bought the 7303 65” in a deal last Christmas with Amazon for £749.Its a nice set, and I agree that ambilight is great. Have combined it with a couple of Hue Go lights either side to light up the whole wall in tune with what’s displayed on the tv which looks awesome.Remote could do with backlighting or symbols on keys in white rather than grey which makes them difficult to see in low light. Also I wish it had all the catch-up channels rather than just iPlayer built in, but I often use mine with Apple TV. 4K pictures are fantastic, sound is above average for a flat screen as it’s a slightly thicker to incorporate the ambilight allowing for better speakers, but I find SD pictures truly woeful (probably the same as most 4K sets).Would upgrade to the 65OLED804 when it’s out and drops significantly in price for the OLED picture quality and to keep the great ambilight, as I think it’s unbeatable as a combination.


Very helpful, thank you @ghow007
Edited by: "smc1978" 23rd Jun
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