No hub required: Philips Hue smart bulbs now connect to your phone via Bluetooth


  • TECH
  • Sunday, 30 Jun 2019

Philips Hue’s parent company Signify announced on June 27 that its smart bulbs will now have Bluetooth support built-in. Rather than paying extra for a smart hub or bridge, you can connect your lights to each other and directly to your smartphone just by turning on Bluetooth. 

Signify (previously Philips Lighting) revealed on June 27 Philips Hue with Bluetooth, a collection of smart light bulbs that can connect to your smartphone and Amazon Echo devices automatically via Bluetooth technology. 

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