Philips skips the rollout of Android 10 and immediately comes with Android 11 for televisions from 2019 and 2020. The new firmware rolls out immediately, but it may take a while before you also have the new update. It concerns the models with the type numbers end on 04 (2019) and 05 (2020). These televisions launched with Android 9. So it took a while before we see the first major update for these televisions. According to flatpanelshd, Philips, like Nvidia, is skipping Android 10 altogether because it doesn’t actually bring any new relevant features to users. Android 11 for TVs is also a small update, but it does bring a number of new things with it. There is a Gboard TV keyboard where spoken words can be converted to text and there is suggested typing. This should make entering much easier. There is also HDMI ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) support within apps and there is support for a wider range of game controllers such as the Nintendo Switch Pro and Valve’s Steam Controller. The update also brings with it the November 2022 security update.
These Philips televisions will receive the update to Android 11
Firmware TPM191E_R.201.000.215.200 is rolling out immediately, but it may take several months before the update is rolled out worldwide. There’s no download link available, so you’ll have to wait for the over-the-air update to arrive by itself. The following televisions receive the new update:Philips OLED935Philips OLED805Philips PUS9235Philips PUS9005Philips PUS8505Philips OLED984Philips OLED934Philips OLED854Philips OLED804Philips PUS8804Philips PUS7504Philips PUS7304