Signify appears to be selling a new model of the Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box with 8k support. This is evident from product photos that have appeared online. The manufacturer itself has not yet announced anything about a possible product revision.
The photos were posted on the Amazon product page of the Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box, although the title still states that it concerns the 4k version. Besides the box, which states that the device supports 8k, the Sync Box looks almost identical to the original. The only difference seems to be that a border has been added to the top of the box.
The power adapter, on the other hand, has undergone a major change. That of the 4k version had three connections, so that in addition to the Sync Box, two other devices could also be connected, such as Hue Play light bars. The new variant has only one. More information is not yet known. It is therefore not clear whether the new Sync Box, in addition to 8k, also supports 4k with 120Hz or HDMI 2.1, for example.
The original Philips Hue Play HDMI Sync Box dates from 2019. The device allows users to synchronize the Hue lighting in their living room with the images of the television and other devices connected via HDMI. Tweakers published a review of the Sync Box at the time.