Matter is based on the principles of simplicity, reliability, interoperability and security. It’s a seal of approval that devices built on this protocol will work seamlessly together, both now and well into the future.
Philips Hue and Matter
Simplify your smart home experience
Matter creates a simplified connected experience between Philips Hue and other smart home products. It offers easier interoperability between supported smart home devices in a reliable and secure manner.
Philips Hue Bridge will support Matter
The Philips Hue Bridge unlocks it all – including Matter. The Philips Hue Bridge will support Matter with a software update, meaning that your Hue lights and accessories automatically support Matter, too.¹
Easily integrate with other smart home devices
You can connect to all the favourites ‑ Amazon Alexa, Apple Home and Google Assistant – in addition to other smart home devices and apps that support Matter. Including those to come in the future.
A leader in smart lighting
Philips Hue and our parent company, Signify, are members on the board of Connectivity Standard Alliance (formerly known as the Zigbee Alliance). As an active member of the Matter steering committee, we have contributed to the development, testing and standardisation of this new standard.
What you need
Already have a Philips Hue Bridge? Then you’re all ready! You’ll get the software update that enables Matter automatically, so there’s nothing additional you need.
All Philips Hue products – including both new and existing ones – will work with Matter if connected via Philips Hue Bridge.²
Questions & Answers
We’re always happy to help! If you need more support in using Philips Hue and Matter, check out more questions and answers or get in touch with us.
- The Philips Hue Play HDMI sync box and the dial on the Tap dial switch do not support Matter.
- Because the Hue Bridge enables Matter support, products connected via Bluetooth cannot be used with Matter.
*When a bulb displays "Up to" a certain number of lumens in its specifications, it displays the maximum lumen output of the bulb. It shows how bright the bulb can get at 2700 K (White bulbs) or 4000 K (White ambiance or White and colour ambiance bulbs). Learn more about brightness.