Panasonic launches 4K UHD TV range, prices start at Rs 65,000

Japan based consumer electronics company Panasonic has launched  the 4K Ultra HD TV range with FX800, FX730, FX650, FX600 models in India. The new TV lineup comes in four sizes i.e. 65-inch, 55-inch, 49-inch and 43-inch.

Panasonic’s new TVs features its Original Revolution Color Processing Technology dubbed as the Hexa Chroma Drive Pro. The TV range is equipped with up to 600 nits of brightness and HDR 10+ technology that delivers accurate brightness, colours and contrasts levels.

The 4K TV range runs on a upgraded operating system – My Home Screen 3.0. It lets users customise and navigate their content and apps easily. Users can play music content from a smartphone or tablet on the TV speakers by connecting easily to a wireless audio speaker via the Bluetooth Audio Link function. Users can also share content between the TV and smart devices over the home network.

Let’s take a look at two models from the TV range below:

4K Ultra HD TV FX800:

The FX800 model ships in 65 and 55-inch screen sizes. Design-wise, the TV comes with a glass design. Both the models feature a new Cinema Display design and IPS LED Super Bright panel plus. The FX800 model is priced at Rs 2,39,900 onwards.

4K Ultra HD TV FX 730:

The FX730 is available in 55-inch and 49-inch screen sizes. The pricing of these models starts from Rs 1,39,000. The TV’s are equipped with various features like Dynamic Scene Optimizer, HDR 10+ support and adaptive backlight dimming. Other features include swipe and share, Bluetooth and voice interaction.

The price tag of the TV range starts from Rs 65,000 onwards. The models will be available for purchase across all the Panasonic stores in the country.

Viraj Gawde

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