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Amazon Prime Day deal slashes Philips 65-Inch Ambilight 4K Ultra HD TV to £785

Philips 65PUS7303 TV
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This Amazon Prime Day you can get your hands on plenty of discounted small devices, but some of the biggest and best savings are to be had in the TV department. 

The Philips 65PUS7303/12 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD TV is now available for £785, which is a huge 40% saving of £515 off the telly's original price. 

As well as Ultra HD, which serves up 4K the resolution of standard Full HD, it's an Android TV with Google Assistant, Google Play Store and Chromecast built-in, and also has Philips' Ambilight tech too.

Philips 65PUS7303/12 65-Inch 4K HDR TV: £1300 now £785 (opens in new tab)
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Bigger is better is best, right? If you're on the market for a huge Philips Ambilight TV, there's £515 off this 65-inch 4K HDR blinder. You might have to knock a wall through for it though.

What's an Ambilight TV?

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Ambilight is a proprietary TV technology exclusive to Philips TVs, and in a market full of near-identical TV sets, it helps Philips stand out from the crowd. 

Ambilight is essentially the inclusion of an LED array around the side of a television, which projects colour onto the wall behind a TV.

Don't worry, it isn't just a gimmick – it actually looks great. The colours projected match the hues appearing in your onscreen content, increasing your perception of contrast and creating an immersive light display that seems to seep out of the television itself.

If you're still not sure, check out our guide to whether you should buy a Philips Ambilight TV, in which we weigh up the pros and cons in more depth.

Need more TV options?

Many other Philips TVs from the range, in their various sizes, are on sale too. If the above offer doesn't tickle your fancy, try these:

Philips 43PUS7303/12 43-Inch 4K HDR TV: £600 now £395 (opens in new tab)
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If you're after a solid mid-range TV brand, you'll be hard pressed to do better than Philips and it's unique Ambilight sets. This one has £205 off, and offers HDR Plus, 4K visuals and the Android Smart TV platform for all your streaming and catch up needs.

Philips 50PUS7303/12 50-Inch 4K HDR TV: £700 now £445 (opens in new tab)
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Philips mid-range TVs always come in at bargain prices, but it's hard not to be tempted by £255 off this 50-inch stunner. It packs in 4K HDR as well as the glowing Ambilight backlight system.

Philips 55PUS7303/12 55-Inch 4K HDR TV: £800 now £520 (opens in new tab)
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55-inch is becoming the TV size sweet spot these days, and Philips TVs have enough bells and whistles to make them stand out from the crowd thanks to its Ambilight glow. There's current £280 off this 4K HDR stunner, making it well worth a look.

Philips 50PUS6753 50-inch 4K HDR TV: £439 now £349 (opens in new tab)
With a £90 price cut just in time for Amazon Prime Day, this Philips Ambilight TV set will offer 50-inch bigscreen thrills, complete with 4K resolution, HDR visuals and smartTV apps, all bathed in backlit Ambilight glow that matches the action on screen.

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Becca is a contributor to TechRadar, a freelance journalist and author. She’s been writing about consumer tech and popular science for more than ten years, covering all kinds of topics, including why robots have eyes and whether we’ll experience the overview effect one day. She’s particularly interested in VR/AR, wearables, digital health, space tech and chatting to experts and academics about the future. She’s contributed to TechRadar, T3, Wired, New Scientist, The Guardian, Inverse and many more. Her first book, Screen Time, came out in January 2021 with Bonnier Books. She loves science-fiction, brutalist architecture, and spending too much time floating through space in virtual reality.