Philips Enters the LED Market, Adds Android 7 to the D-Line and Intros New Interactive Touch Models

Philips Professional Display Solutions (Philips PDS) will unveil a host of new display models at ISE 2019. In addition to new LCD displays launched at ISE 2019 in stand 10-K170, Philips will officially enter the LED market. Following the debut of a 110″ prototype LED display at ISE 2018, Philips PDS is launching six new modular indoor LED products at ISE 2019.

With pixel pitch from 1.2 to 4.8 millimeters, the new lineup includes the 27BDL91XXL LED kit that features a 27″ 16×9 tile, available in three pixel pitch ranges of 1.2mm, 1.5mm or 1.9mm. FHD versions are available in 110”, 127” and 165” sizes, while UHD displays are available in 220″, 275″ and 330″. The 27″ tiles feature a die-cast aluminum housing.

The second line is the new LED 44BDL81XXL range that features a 44″ 50 centimeters x 100 tile, available to order in three pixel-pitch ranges of 2.8, 3.9 and 4.8 millimters.

Both the 27″ and 44″ LED tiles feature what Philips is terming as “A grade, gold wired LEDs.”

Also at ISE, Philips will announce it’s added Android 7 throughout the new D-Line range of displays. Philips PDS will replace the existing FHD 65” D-Line display with a new 65” 4K model — 65BDL4150D — offering a higher quality 10-bit IPS panel with improved anti-reflective coating.

Together with Android 7 OS, this new display will feature a faster processor and increased memory to 4GB, with storage increased to 16GB.

Finally, at ISE, Philips PDS has expanded its T-Line touch screen range of displays with three new models including, for the first time, a 24” touch display. The introductory model in the touch screen range is the new 10” 10BDL4151T model, featuring a new HD panel with five touch points, a faster processor — with eight cores compared to previous models’ two cores — plus twice the memory and 8GB of storage. This faster processor also allows the 10” display to be powered by Android 7.

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There’s also a new 24″ model, the 24BDL4151T, with a faster processor and 16GB storage, combined with the latest Android 7 OS.

The top-of-the-line is there nee flagship 86″ display, the 86BDL3012T, which replaces the previous 84″ version. It’s native 4K (3840×2160), is specified at 410 Cd/M2, uses an IPS panel and has 20 IR touch points.

For all the specs on each new product, go here.

Check out the video of the award winning Philips Indoor LED Products from ISE 2019 below: