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As early as June, Philips Hue might introduce new items in its Aurelle and Surimu lines. Although only white frames are now offered, black frames are anticipated to be made available for the Aurelle LED panels. According to the hueblog.com article, new Surimu-colored light shapes may be introduced later this year.
According to a report, new Philips Hue items will soon be available. Five new smart lights are reportedly coming out as new models in current ranges later this year, according to leaked photographs posted by hueblog.com. First off, a black frame for the Philips Hue Aurelle is anticipated. The rumor has it that the new product will be sold with huge, white-outer square and rectangular panels. The exact date of the debut of these new lights is unknown.
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The brightness and color temperature of the existing Aurelle LED lights can be changed using the Philips Hue app, Amazon Alexa, or Google Assistant voice commands. The color temperature varies from 2,200 to 6,500K, and the brightness is 3,750 lumens at 4,000K. The larger panels cost €239.99 or £219.99 in Europe. Two smaller Surimu panels, allegedly arriving in round and square shapes measuring 30 cm (11.88 in), were also released. On June 23, the devices are slated to go on sale for €229.99 and €239.99 (about $254 and $265 USD), respectively, and have white frames.
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The current Surimu LED panels come in square and rectangular shapes measuring 60 cm (23.6 in) and 120 cm (47.2 x 11.8 in), respectively, and cost £294.99 (US$368) or €329.99. The dimmable lights emit up to 4,150 lumens of white or colorful light. The gadgets are ZigBee compatible and, like the Aurelle, may be operated using voice commands or the app. It is unknown how hueblog.com was able to obtain these stolen pictures and product information.