Panasonic has launched its new HX series of 4K Android TVs in India and includes the HX700, HX635, HX625 and HX450 models. The new televisions are available in screen sizes from 43 to 65 inches. The Panasonic HX700 is offered in sizes 43, 55 and 65 inches, while the Panasonic HX635 is offered in sizes 43 and 55 inches. The HX625 has a single 43-inch model and the Panasonic HX450 is available in 50 and 58-inch screen sizes. In addition to these models, Panasonic has launched eight other TV models as part of the H2 series and HS series. While the H2 series is not a smart TV program, the HS series runs on the Android TV platform.
Panasonic HX series, HS series, H2 series: price in India
The Panasonic HX625, HX635 and HX700 models start at Rs. 42,990 for the 43 inch screen size. There are also 55-inch and 65-inch models in this series. The 50-inch model HX450 from Panasonic costs Rs. 39,999 (Flipkart) and its 58-inch model costs Rs. 49,999 (Amazon). The company has not yet announced the pricing for the H2 series or the HS series. The entire new line of products is said to be available in all authorized brand stores, retail stores and online platforms, with the exception of the HS450 and HX450, which are sold exclusively through Amazon and Flipkart.
Panasonic HX Series, HS Series, H2 Series: Technical Specifications
The Panasonic HX series includes the HX450 (50 “and 58”
The Panasonic HX450 has a 4K 60Hz panel with 20W speakers. It runs on Android TV 9 and has features like Google Assistant, Dolby Vision, Multi HDR, adaptive backlight dimming, and a lot more. It has three HDMI ports and two USB ports. You also get built-in Chromecast as well as 4K upscaling and Bluetooth audio connectivity. The Panasonic HX450 is available with a screen size of 50 inches and 58 inches.
The H2 series includes the 24-inch H200 and 32-inch H201 models. The H2 series has an AccuView display and 16 W speakers. The HS series includes the HS550 (32 “), HS580 (32”), HS625 (32 “), HS700 (32” and 43 “), and HS450 (40”).
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