Panasonic - 4K VIERA AX800 series is out in May

Panasonic announced that their new 4K Ultra-HD VIERA TV - AX800 series - will be released in mid-May. 5 models will be available:

Standard Design Model:
- TH-58AX800F (58 inch)
- TH-50AX800F (50 inch)

Slant Design Model:
- TH-65AX800 (65 inch)
- TH-58AX800 (58 inch)
- TH-50AX800 (50 inch)

AX800 series has a wide color gamut 4K panel with Hexachroma Drive technology to maximize the 4K panel's performance and to faithfully reproduce detailed colors. To give users a comfortable viewing experience, a voice-activated navigation system or My Channel function allows you to customize contents depending on different audiences.

With a smartphone that has the Panasonic TV Remote 2 application installed, you can share contents between a smartphone and the VIERA TV or you can use the smartphone as a remote control for the TV.

 


 

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