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reno77 15-11-2019 07:07 PM

Is prism using webos or android?

ferocity 15-11-2019 07:09 PM

If its running full android tv OS sure will state and advertise big big as selling point. Never state at all in the spec sheet so can safely assume its running on some other form of smart tv os.

amazingone 15-11-2019 08:37 PM

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Originally Posted by reno77 (Post 123728974)
Is prism using webos or android?

I think it's some generic OS, if it's Android TV OS then Prism+ will advertise it big big. :o

Prism+ is competing with Xiaomi TV at a similar price range, and now there's global version of Xiaomi TV that comes with Android TV OS too.

batniss 15-11-2019 11:00 PM

if can install dsvideo - it will be damn worth

ferocity 15-11-2019 11:58 PM

A couple of new articles posted on Prism's FB page, talking about the Prism+ TV line

https://geekculture.co/singapores-pr...HXwd554_E25YFs

https://www.asiaone.com/digital/home...Tp1XRW4LDfSHuw

Funny how Prism is calling them rave "reviews" when there's hardly any reviewing being done and they are clearly nothing more than paid for marketing material. Almost the entire article involves regurgitation of specifications of the 3 models. But at least its confirmed the tv is running on custom OS with some form of app store. Also since its not base on android, so can totally forget about sideloading or installing any android apps.

Also, got people asking on Prism fb page whether these tv are using oled panel? Like seriously $559 55' 4k oled? Maybe made of paper and need to burn then can receive:s22:.

tigerwoods 16-11-2019 12:17 AM

Also no built-in tuner

Posted from PCWX using Jedi mind trick.

Ralphel 16-11-2019 12:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tigerwoods (Post 123732657)
Also no built-in tuner

Posted from PCWX using Jedi mind trick.

u sure bo built-in tuner?
they giving digital antennae wor

Stallone 16-11-2019 10:06 AM

It's has DVB-T2 inbuilt la

Alphas 16-11-2019 07:11 PM

The CS reply the Eon TV is on custom linux OS, donít expect many app.

malaikai2005 16-11-2019 09:02 PM

I just watch youtube and play 4k ps4 games
So is it good enough?

Ralphel 17-11-2019 12:14 AM

any reviews on TCL?


https://giant.sg/product/tcl-55p8m-4...oid-tv-5080542
Same price, same size + android TV

Mclairs83 17-11-2019 11:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ralphel (Post 123745690)
any reviews on TCL?


https://giant.sg/product/tcl-55p8m-4...oid-tv-5080542
Same price, same size + android TV

Seems like this is a better deal. And looking at how long TCL is in this industry. I think this is the safest bet.

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malaikai2005 17-11-2019 02:03 PM

OMG SOLD OUT

:eek:

squeeish 17-11-2019 03:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ilovetoeat (Post 123726461)
picture quality not as good... seems to be quite 'laggy' when playing 4k?

Colours seems quite dim as well... not to mention the display set had it's audio having issues (checked with and confirmed by salesperson), even at max volume close to no sound.

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Originally Posted by creator88 (Post 123727388)
I went down to see the EON TV as well. Price is great, but picture quality looks below-par if you ask me honestly.

They mentioned that it was a LG IPS Panel with HDR, but image colors didn't look very particularly vibrant. Cannot compare with the S$1k+ Samsung or LG TVs.

I think it looked inferior to even the TCL brand TV's they sell at Giant supermarket.

Just my personal opinion. Didn't have too much time to inspect, so do take with pinch of salt

Thank you both. Was seriously considering upgrading from my 10+ year old Samsung 40". But looks like you get what you pay for.

ichinisan 17-11-2019 07:14 PM

The price is really attractive


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