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Panasonic rumored to unveil 65" 4K OLED next month

04 Aug 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

One of the most important trade shows for the TV industry, IFA in Berlin, kicks off next month. Panasonic is rumored to unveil their first OLED TV at the show, reportedly a 65-inch 4K model.

65" OLED TV from Panasonic

Panasonic has showcased more OLED prototypes than we can count but we have yet to see its first consumer product. That could happen at IFA 2015 in Berlin that kicks off on September 4th.

Panasonic 4K OLED TV at CES 2015

According to sources, the TV will be named 65CZ950, suggesting a curved 65-inch 4K OLED TV. It will reportedly also support HDR (high dynamic range). The panel will be produced by LG.Display, which is hardly a surprise since LG is the only manufacturer who is capable of producing the amazing display technology in TV formats.

Panasonic is also rumored to introduce a new LCD flagship called CX900.

We do not know whther Panasonic intends to release larger or smaller version (LG is also mass-producing 55 and 77” panels) but with IFA just around the corner we will soon get our answers. FlatpanelsHD is in Berlin for IFA.

- Source: HDfever

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