Panasonic adopts an admirably serious approach to picture quality which seems destined to put a big, fat grin on the faces of those Panasonic plasma TV-lovers.
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A 50-inch 4K mid-ranger with a great price, Firefox OS and pin-sharp images. Come on, there's got to be some sort of catch in there somewhere, right?
Can a big-screen TV in 2015 be worth buying without a native 4K UHD resolution? This 50-inch Panasonic - with a price tag of just £520 - might just have a point.
With the Firefox OS and Ultra HD at 40-inches, this affordable 4K TV packs in some impressive image quality along with that excellent price tag.
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