Philips Hue Outdoor Light Leak Pre-CES 2020
New outdoor smart lights from Philips Hue have been revealed in a leaked product catalogue just a month out from CES 2020.
Obtained by German connected home blog, Hueblog.de, the catalogue details several new outdoor lights, with a new Philips Hue Impress wall lantern labelled as arriving in Spring 2020.
Included in the leak is the Philips Hue Attract, a new wall lamp style featuring a transparent lampshade and a 600-lumen limit.
If that’s not bright enough, a new circular wall lamp, called Daylo, has a maximum output of 1,000 lumens, with its total diameter equalling 22cm.
The new Hue Appear will have a maximum output of 1,200 lumens with a dual cone light.
In addition, a brand new Hue Lily XL is also on the cards, with a broader spotlight, 1,200 Lumens of brightness at 4,000 Kelvin.
The new Lily will also reportedly include glare protection.
Brand new path light is also being added to the mix, with Philips Hue Nyro, an angular light with a striking design.
Available in two styles, one is pedestal light that can trace the pathway, while the other is a wall style lamp that will sit above the path.
Finally, the Philips Hue Resonate, available in black and silver, is a new light with two cones of light that point up and down, with over 1,000 lumens of brightness.
Apart from the new lights, a 100-watt power supply is also on the table with the new unit able to power more Hue lamps than before.
With CES 2020 kicking off on 7 January, the expectation is for Philips to announce the latest products.