At the ongoing CES 2020 tech event, Sony announced its new range of smart 4K and 8K Android TVs including Sony X950H, A8H, and Z8H TVs and more. Samsung and LG also showed off their new Q950 8K TV and rollable TV (shown below). At CES, Panasonic also launched its new HZ2000 4K OLED TV that comes with the three most notable features including HDR 10+, Dolby Vision IQ and Filmmaker mode.
The Dolby Vision IQ is an advanced version of Dolby Vision which adjusts the brightness according to the light levels in a room for a better viewing experience. The Filmmaker mode, on the other hand, adjusts the setting according to the content you watch on your TV.
The also comes with various Picture Modes including Dynamic/Normal/Cinema/True Cinema/THX 4K (Cinema/Bright Room)/ and more. LG says that users will get the best OLED experience on the new HZ2000 4K OLED TV as it comes with Professional Edition OLED display screen with 8 million pixels.
The TV is powered by Panasonic’s most powerful HCX PRO Intelligent Processor that brings the legendary picture quality, unrivalled accuracy and detail.
The HDR10+ and Dolby Vision on the TV also bring the scene-by-scene HDR adjustment. The TV also supports conventional HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma (HDR), so you can enjoy the widest variety of HDR content.
The new Panasonic HZ2000 4K OLED TV also features built-in upward-firing speakers to deliver Dolby Atmos sound, HDR Game Mode, Sports mode twin HD tuner and more.