Panasonic, which is no longer a US TV brand, has released its new TV sets internationally. The company has announced its latest flagship GZ2000 4K OLED TV at CES, as per reports.
Panasonic is said to have utilized a “professional edition” panel in its new GZ2000 4K OLED TV, and the panel has been tuned to perfection in Hollywood by colorist Stefan Sonnenfeld.
Panasonic while unveiling the new release mentioned that the OLED TV will support both Dolby Vision and the Samsung-backed HDR10+, which will make it stand apart from its competitors. Besides this, the latest flagship from Panasonic will also support HLG Photo for displaying HDR color gamut in still images from the company’s mirrorless cameras.
The Technics division of the company has tuned the audio output of the Panasonic GZ2000 4K OLED TV, and the TV will feature upward-firing Dolby Atmos speakers built directly into the TV.
Adding more to the convenience part, Panasonic has also provided support for both Alexa and Google Assistant. Discussing the software part, Panasonic said: “My Home Screen 4.0, which allows viewers to tailor the TV user interface to their preferences with more freedom and flexibility. The layout of the home screen can be reconfigured to allow customized layouts.”
There have been no words from Panasonic regarding the price of GZ2000, but its OLED screen and claims of professional calibration suggest it won’t be a budget set once it eventually ships.
As far as the release date is talked about, GZ2000 OLED TVs will be available in 2019. The flagship TV will be available in 55-inch, and 65-inch sizes, the prices of which will soon be revealed by Panasonic. The sad part is that the new flagship OLED TV from Panasonic might not be available for regular consumers in the US.