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The only other OLED in town. It may be using LG's panel but everything else is Panasonic, giving us the best picture ever.
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Sony's new curved 4K packs quite the feature punch, with UHD resolution, Android TV, Triluminous expanded colour and future HDR support.
Panasonic jumps on the curved TV bandwagon for the first time with this 65-inch TV, boasting a 4K res and Firefox OS.
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It's a good-looking, affordable 4K Sony screen, but has Android TV got the smarts to make it a winner?
While its hyper-expensive native 8K TV might be out of reach could 8K upscaling at a better price be worth a look?
It may be a meaningless marketing term, but the 'SUHD' moniker once again provides Ultra HD 4K that's high on detail, colour and versatility. And for a decent price too.