Japanese electronics master Panasonic has taken the stage at CES 2018 to announce its new FZ series OLED TVs. The FZ800 and FZ950 are a duo of the company’s latest weapons for the television field in 2018. Each of these televisions have been produced focusing on OLED technology with the aim of empowering viewers to enjoy stronger contrasts in colour as well as deeper blacks, which is an upgrade from the LED generation of TVs.
Both the FZ800 and FZ950 will be available in 55-inch and 65-inch display options – so that’s four new televisions that we’re already seeing Panasonic launch this year. It is stated that these displays automatically revise their colour instructions up to ten times in 1 second, continuously. What this means is that the colour instructions instruct the display in regards to which colours should be produced and displayed on the screen at certain time points, enabling the television to flaunt the most authentic and highest quality colours at each different scene of what’s being shown.
To complement this, Panasonic has injected HDR10+ format support for both TVs which means you’ll be able to enjoy crisp images and video. A new image processor has been stored inside the televisions which operates the entire motion. Hi-fi audio brand Technics has been employed to cater the televisions’ audio to a greater extent than Panasonic’s previous models.
As always, we will be expecting to experience better colours, breath-taking video quality on top of higher audio quality, and Panasonic wants to satisfy those needs with these two models. The company claims that this new pair is its continued intention to give normal viewers like you and me, the “Hollywood-grade viewing experience” at the comfort of our own homes.
At the moment there isn’t any official word out on the release date for either TVs, but according to Panasonic, it should be during Spring season. Prices have not been established yet, but reports suggest that they will be “competitive” – whatever that means.
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