Going back five or ten years ago, and Panasonic had one of, if not the best TV panels on the market, but when it comes to 4K Ultra HD, things have slipped a little, allowing the likes of Samsung to show them how to do it. However, earlier this year the launch of the Panasonic 55″ TC-55CX850U240Hz 4K Pro Ultra Smart HDTV showed that the consumer electronics company still had it in them.
This TV might be several months old now, but it will surely prove a popular choice for the Holiday shopping season, especially if Panasonic wants to compete with Samsung, and so price cuts are very likely — great news for you and I.
The Smart functions are better in this model over the outgoing one, although more so to the OS, is it had a major revamp. However, the greatest improvement is its extra fine pixel technology, which looks outstanding when you can find some decent 4K content to show if off.
Seeing as though this model has been out a while now, we are able to get a better understanding of its good and bad points to offer you some insight in this small Panasonic 55-inch TC-55CX850U Pro 4K Ultra HD Smart TV 240hz-review.
Its good points start with the impressive 4K panel, which delivers 98 percent of the Digital Cinema Initiative’s color space, and let’s not forget about the HDR technology for some of the sharpest contrasts you are ever likely to see on a TV — well of those already on the market.
The DCI color reproduction is very high, allowing you to enjoying visuals that are more accurate than ever. The array of connectivity options is also impressive, but it’s not all good news.
There are not many negative points, although its price is one major issue, as its design because Panasonic TV models used to stand out years ago, but they just look generic when put up against rival model.
Main Panasonic 55-inch TC-55CX850U TV specs – 55-inch 4K, Ultra HD display with a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixel and 240Hz screen refresh rate. HD to UHD upscaling, very high HDR Dynamic Contrast Ratio, 18 watts of sound, built-in wireless and Firefox OS.
For a complete look at its specs, then we ask that you head to the Panasonic website.
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