They provide access to Google services and features including Google Chrome browser, YouTube, Google Movies, Google Music, and Google search. The first range of Philips TVs powered by Android consosts of the Full-HD 8100 and 8200 Philips TVs and the Ultra HD 8800, which will be available from the second quarter 2014 in Europe and Russia.
Philips TVs with Android combine the offerings of Google Play and Philips Smart TV including video on demand via Netflix, music streaming via Spotify and Cloud TV with hundreds of online TV channels. Cloud Explorer using Dropbox allows content stored in the cloud to be displayed on the large screen Android TVs.
The Android operating system and the quad-core (8100, 8200) or hexcore processing power (8800) will allow Philips TVs to offer consumers a new experience from gaming, video on demand services to local relevant apps.
Philips Android TV owners can leverage the broad selection of games in Google Play, which spans casual and high-end games. To ensure best possible gaming comfort games can be operated via pointer and cursor or via a separate controller.