The Panasonic TV 2023 has been unveiled at CES, the consumer electronics trade show. It is a modern version of last year’s 2021 series, with the exception of one new LED LCD model for the UK market. It promises to bring a raft of improvements over last year’s tellies.
Panasonic’s 2022 Core and Premium TV line-up includes new OLED and Core LED models, along with new gaming and video features. The new LX1500 series includes 65, 55, and 48-inch TVs, with 77-inch models slated for the future.
This year’s model boasts the HDR Cinema Pro display for smooth picture quality regardless of source. It also supports HDR10+ and Dolby Vision. These new features enable the television to provide the best possible gaming experience, which is ideal for fans of high-quality games.
Panasonic is one of the leading home entertainment brands in the world. The Japanese company is always at the forefront of the latest technological developments in televisual equipment. Its televisions showcase a range of exciting features and image-enhancing technologies. They also have sleek designs. Smart TVs from Panasonic can be used to play games and watch movies.
The company’s upcoming smart TVs will sport features such as HDR 10 and 4K Dimming, which will provide deeper black levels. They will also divide the backlight into separate zones that can be independently controlled. They will also be Android TVs, which means that they can be operated on Android operating systems.
The Panasonic Penta Tuner is a unique feature that makes it easy to receive five different types of broadcast signals. This innovative technology is easy to use and enables you to receive TV shows and movies from satellite, cable and even the internet. The tuner does not require a server and guides you through the process step by step.
Another feature that makes this TV unique is its dual tuner capability. This means that you can watch two UHD channels at the same time, and record the other one for later viewing. This feature makes the tuner more convenient to use, as it switches between the two tuners automatically.
Panasonic has been active in the television market for quite some time now and has launched several TV models. It has also recently announced an Android Smart TV series. These models are built on Google’s Android Platform and include smart features and Google-certified built-in assistance tools. The new TV models will hit the market in time for the holiday season.
Panasonic’s new OLED TVs come in sizes from 55 to 77 inches. They’re designed with gamers and audio enthusiasts in mind. They feature AI-driven ambient light temperature picture optimization and multiple side-firing speakers. They also feature Doby Atmos audio, which makes them the perfect TV for listening to music or watching movies.
The new QD-OLED panel technology is already available on Samsung televisions, but it’s not clear when it will be available on Panasonic TVs. This technology is being developed by Samsung, which has already invested heavily in QD-OLED panels. It is expected to come with larger sizes, which should make them more affordable for consumers.
The Samsung-designed QD-OLED isn’t the only new technology coming to the TV market. Panasonic’s new OLED TVs feature Game Mode Extreme, which delivers key HDMI 2.1 features such as variable refresh rates of up to 120Hz. It also supports AMD FreeSync Premium, which helps reduce input lag.
Sony’s QD-OLED TVs
Sony has set high expectations for its TV line-up for 2022, announcing that the Bravia XR A95K, one of its new flagship models, will feature the company’s first QD-OLED panel. Currently, Sony’s OLED TVs use panels from LG Display and its own processing. The company is expected to launch its QD-OLED TV lineup in 65 and 55-inch sizes and 4K resolution.
Sony’s 2022 televisions are expected to be available in different sizes and price ranges. They will have two HDMI 2.1 ports and a third one with 8K/60Hz resolution. They will also feature technologies like VRR and ALLM, which help reduce latency. They also have eARC, which is an enhanced audio return channel. Several of these new TVs will support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos passthrough, making them great for cinema viewing.