Panasonic introduces new LCD televisions with and without Android

Panasonic introduces new LCD televisions with and without Android

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  • Moving up to the JX850 series you get Panasonic’s My Home Screen platform, which offers features like PiP and In-House Streaming in addition to a handfuld of streaming apps. JX850 also supports Dolby Atmos.

  • 40 to 75 inches
    Panasonic launched its first Android TVs last year and in 2021 it is moving Google’s TV platform up from the 7-series to the 8-series with JX800, also known as JX810 and JX820. Unlike Panasonic’s high-end TVs JX800 has Apple TV app and Disney+.

Also read: Panasonic 2021 TV line-up

ANDROID TV (LEFT), MY HOME SCREEN (RIGHT)

Panasonic Android TV

JX940 (JX970 in white) is Panasonic’s most advanced LCD TV for 2021 and the company’s first with HDMI 2.1 ports.

Unlike some of its competitors, Panasonic has not equipped its top LCD TVs with full array local dimming or miniLED. If you want the best picture quality from Panasonic you should turn your attention towards the upgraded OLED line-up that will roll out in Europe very soon.

Panasonic’s 2021 LCD TVs are now available in most parts of Europe. More information can be found in the table.

Panasonic 2021 LCD TVs – prices & dealers
Panasonic JX800 4K LCD
Edge LED
Dolby Vision
Android TV (40″)
(50″)
(58″)
(65″)
(40″)
(50″)
(58″)
(65″)
Panasonic JX850 4K LCD
Edge LED
Dolby Vision
My Home Screen 6.0 (40″)
(50″)
(58″)
(65″)
(40″)
(50″)
(58″)
(65″)
Panasonic JX940 4K LCD
Edge LED
Dolby Vision
My Home Screen 6.0 – (49″)
(55″)
(65″)
– (75″)
(49″)
(55″)
(65″)
(75″)

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