Panasonic 4K Ultra HD TVs launched in India, prices starts at Rs 50,400
“The new Panasonic 4K TVs support Dolby Vision, HDR 10, and HDR 10+ for the immersive viewing experience”
Panasonic has launched 14 new TVs in India in its 4K Ultra HD TVs range, including a 75-inch TV high-end model and affordable models starting at 32-inch sizes. These new Panasonic 4K TVs sport a Japanese design and run on My Home 3.0, which can be customised to make the content easily accessible. Users can design their home screen with Live TV, apps, web bookmarks, and frequently used devices. The 4K TVs support Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HDR 10+, and Hexa Chroma Drive Pro for an immersive viewing experience.
Furthermore, the TVs are equipped with HCX processor that dynamically optimises the presentation with HDR colours and tones. These also support Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for hands-free control and Bluetooth Audio Link to connect to audio speakers. The TVs feature 10W upward-firing speakers with a total output of 20W and Dolby Atmos audio support. Physical ports on TV include USB 3.0, 2.0 ports, Wi-Fi, LAN port, Common Interface, Digital Audio Output. Streaming apps like Netflix and YouTube come pre-installed.
The new 4K Ultra HD TV series range starts at Rs 50,400 and goes up to Rs 2,76,900. Panasonic is also offering OLED TV range with 55-inch FZ950 and 65-inch FZ1000 series that are priced at Rs 2,99,900 and Rs 4,49,900, respectively. Lastly, the HD resolution 32GS595DX TV is currently available on Amazon.in at Rs 21,499.
Sharath Nair, Business Head CE, Panasonic India said, “With The introduction of our new range of 4K TVs 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 the TV segment and with such advancements; we are looking at growing our market share substantially in the next three years.”