Panasonic OLED TV range with HDR 10+ technology launched in India

By Anuj Sharma - July 25, 2018
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The TVs are equipped with hexa chroma drive pro and boasts an Absolute Black Filter, which ensures the purest and most accurate black levels by absorbing ambient light in order to eliminate reflection....

Panasonic India today entered into the OLED TV segment introducing two models in OLED and 11 models in the 4K category. The new OLED line up comes in 55-inch FZ950 series and 65-inch FZ1000 series with starting price of Rs 2,99,000. The 4K LED TV is priced at Rs 65,000 onwards.

The TVs are equipped with hexa chroma drive pro and boasts an Absolute Black Filter, which ensures the purest and most accurate black levels by absorbing ambient light in order to eliminate reflections. Additionally, there is an Ultra Fine Tuning technology that according to Panasonic reveals finest life-like details from the lightest to the darkest shades. The new line-up also comes with deceptively thin Dynamic Blade Speakers.

“Now that we have moved into our centenary year, we will continually look at displaying innovative capabilities by exceeding our product and software advances, which will in turn put us at the cusp of revolutionising the technological ecosystem. With the introduction of our first-ever OLED line of TV’s, we seek to cement our position as a technology company with a vision for the future and provide an enhanced cinematic experience,” said Manish Sharma, President and CEO, Panasonic India and South Asia and Vice President Appliances Company Panasonic Corporation.

The new OLED TVs are upgraded to a new operating system -- My Home Screen 3.0 that lets users customise and navigate their content apps faster than previous generation TVs. With two-way Bluetooth audio link function users can easily connect to a wireless audio speaker, and also allows you to play music content from a smartphone or tablet device on the TV speakers.

Panasonic’s new 4K range is equipped with 550 units Super Bright panel and HDR1000. “It boosts the picture quality by Digitally Enhanced Local Dimming of the LED backlighting, and combines fine control of the physical backlight operation with additional processing to deliver better localisation of black levels,” Panasonic added.

 

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