Philips 55PFL5601/F7 55″ 4K LED TV review mystery

By Alan Ng - Nov 10, 2016

Philips are still one of the most popular brands of television to buy, thanks to being somewhat of a veteran now in the electronics market but perhaps more importantly due to the fact that they offer extremely affordable TV models which are more accessible financially compared to the likes of Sony, Samsung and LG.

Now we offer some insight into the brand new Philips 55PFL5601/F7 55″ 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED Smart HDTV which is available to buy at Walmart right now priced at $498 with free shipping.

Philips is also joining the 4K TV craze and this Philips 55-inch Class Smart 4K TV may tick all of the boxes for you, especially if we see prices reduced by large amounts during the November sales.

We’ve got a list of the Philips 55PFL5601/F7 tech specs below which gives you an initial idea of what this TV will be capable of.

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Some key points to mention are a 60Hz refresh rate with 120Hz motion rate, 3 HDMI inputs, 4K Upscaling, DLNA support, Dolby Digital audio and a single USB port.

We do need to warn you though that the Philips 55PFL5601/F7 4K TV does not support HDR, which could be important for those planning to buy this TV alongside a new PS4 Pro console which makes use of the new picture technology.

Unfortunately, there are no Philips 55PFL5601/F7 4K TV reviews online yet as this model is brand new and will only start going on sale in November 2016.

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This is evident in the fact that Philips has not even set up an official page for this model yet on the Philips USA website but the listing has been prepared so it should be available soon.

As a result, we invite you to leave your thoughts below if you are considering a purchase and the best price you have seen for it at Walmart.

We have located the Philips 55PFL5601/F7 manual however, for those that want some further information on this model.

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