When the first filament light bulbs from Philips Hue appeared a few years ago, we initially had to make do with a simple warm white. In the meantime, the “light bulbs” in the classic design are also available as White Ambiance, but we still have to do without colours with Philips Hue.
A while ago I already introduced the Plug & Shine system from Paulmann to you. Up to now you could only integrate it into the Hue ecosystem with a ZigBee controller, in practice this meant: All outdoor lights connected behind the controller were displayed as one lamp in the Hue app.
One thing is as certain: standard Philips Hue lamps, no matter whether with E14 or E27 base, will certainly not win a beauty prize. After all, filament lamps have been available in stores since September 2019 which are visually very convincing thanks to their twisted filaments. Unfortunately, the filament lamps are only Hue Whites, which cannot display different colour temperatures.