Good deal – The Philips 55OLED908 “5-star” television at €1,690.00

With its 55OLED908 television, a 55-inch (140 cm) version of the 65OLED908 that we tested, Philips offers a high-end model that benefits from the excellent Oled Meta panel, an integrated soundbar and Ambilight lighting.

Philips 55OLED908



  • Son-Video.com

    €1,690.00Nine


  • Iacono
    Iacono

    €1,749.00Nine


  • LDLC
    LDLC

    €1,831.95Nine


  • Material.net
    Material.net

    €1,831.95Nine


  • Amazon Marketplace
    Amazon Marketplace

    €4,751.12Nine

How the pricing table works

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The Philips 55OLED908, 55-inch (140 cm) version of the 65OLED908 that we tested, is one of the best televisions on the market. It not only delivers an excellent quality image, with an Oled Meta panel which benefits from a very high light peak, but also an integrated soundbar for high-end audio. It also offers ambient lighting (Ambilight) exclusive to the brand, which further enhances immersion, and a powerful processor. In short, an ultra-versatile television, with which we ultimately have little to complain about.

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Strong points

  • Well calibrated slab.
  • Contrast of the Oled.
  • Bright peak at nearly 1400 cd/m².
  • Smooth Google interface.
  • Ambilight lighting for immersion.
  • Rotating foot.
  • Quality remote control.
  • Excellent sound system.
  • HDMI 2.1 compatibility (4K 120 Hz, ALLM, VRR).

Weak points

  • Two HDMI 2.1 inputs only.
  • Poor gray levels (gamma).
  • Remote control that only works well in front of the TV.

Alternatively

LG 55G3

Introductory price €2599


  • Son-Video.com
    Son-Video.com

    €1,589.00Nine


  • Cobra
    Cobra

    €1,589.00Nine


  • Iacono
    Iacono

    €1,779.00Nine


  • Boulanger.com
    Boulanger.com

    €1,890.00Nine


  • Rakuten
    Rakuten

    €1,890.00Nine


  • MDA
    MDA

    €1,913.90Nine


  • Darty.com
    Darty.com

    €1,929.00Nine


  • LDLC
    LDLC

    €1,931.95Nine


  • Material.net
    Material.net

    €1,931.95Nine


  • Amazon Marketplace
    Amazon Marketplace

    €2,032.00Nine


  • Fnac.com marketplace
    Fnac.com marketplace

    €2,718.99Nine

How the pricing table works

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The LG 55G3 — the 55-inch (140 cm) version of the LG 65G3 that we tested — is quite simply the best TV tested to date in our laboratory. It combines all the advantages of Oled technology (contrast, precision, responsiveness, viewing angles) with the high brightness of a Mini-Led model. Even the anti-reflective filter is even more efficient. If we look closely, we find minor flaws, such as a lower colorimetric coverage compared to QD-Oled televisions, a stand sold as an option or even a fairly standard remote control. The fact remains that this television is currently the best for all uses (films, series, video games, TV and sport).

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