Panasonic has launched 14 new 4K Ultra HD TVs in India, which likewise incorporates a 75-inch 4K UHD TV. The new Panasonic 4K TVs are accessible in the range of Rs 50,400 to Rs 2,76,900. One can buy the organization’s 4K TV series by means of Panasonic brand shops and other driving outlets across India. The recently launched 4K TV range offers IPS board, Dolby Atmos sound, 4K dimming, Google Assistant/Alexa backing, and many others.
Panasonic 14 new 4K Ultra HD TVs Launched In India
The most recent 4K TVs accompany a “Japanese plan,” combined with a “Super Bright” IPS board with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The 75-inch TV offers support for HDR 10, HDR 10+, Dolby Vision and Hexa Chroma Drive Pro. It packs a Studio Color HCX2 processor, combined with a wide shading range. The TV includes a double 10W upward-firing speakers too with a complete yield of 20W. The 4K TV backings Dolby Atmos sound tech as well.
The SmartTV also supports control by means of voice directions, support for Alexa and Google Assistant. In addition, the organization’s Bluetooth Audio Link likewise associates a remote sound speaker through Bluetooth. The TV has 2.0 ports, USB 3.0, Wi-Fi, Common Interface, LAN port, Digital Audio Output. There is also ‘My Home 3.0’ highlight. You can likewise get to video streaming services, including Amazon Prime, Netflix, YouTube, and many others. Also, Panasonic likewise offers OLED TV go, which incorporates a 55-inch FZ950 and a 65-inch FZ1000 TVs. The previous is priced at Rs 2, 99,900 and the last will cost Rs 4, 49,900 individually.
Speaking at the launch, Sharath Nair, Business Head CE, Panasonic India said, “With a legacy of over 100 years, Panasonic has been enriching lives of customers through cutting edge technologies. The introduction of our new range of 4K TV’s is a step forward to inspire customers to immerse into the Panasonic World of technological supremacy, and elevate their overall viewing experience. The new series comes with a myriad of premium features that ensure advanced picture quality. Last year, the 4K segment contributed significantly to our overall growth in TV segment and with such advancements; we are looking at growing our market share substantially in the next three years.”