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philips 6000 series google cast

Philips' latest TVs have Google Cast built in. That means you can stream content straight from your phone to the big screen, without having to plug in a Google Chromecast.

The sets are 4K too, which means they have four times as many pixels as standard high definition, making for a much sharper picture. And they're not too pricey, starting at around £400 for a 43-inch model.

High Dynamic Range compatibility will show a greater range of colours. It all adds up to a more pleasurable viewing experience.

Plus Absolute 3D Sound helps kick the sound around the room better, making whatever you're watching that bit more immersive.

The sets will come in 43-, 49-, 55- and 65-inch sizes. They'll go on sale in the US in June and July. Philips has yet to announce pricing and availability for the UK, but we'll keep you updated.

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