Panasonic TVs have lost some appeal, ever since discontinuing their Plasma models, but it now seems like the company is back in the innovation game, now that they officially unveiled the first Firefox OZ powered TV.
Smart TVs have been the hot item in the TV market, and have been growing in popularity exponentially. With Philips sporting Android OS for more versatility. it doesn’t come as a surprise that Panasonic banked on Mozilla’s platform.
The OS will sport several HTML powered web apps, such as Hulu and Netflix, and will also offer sharing features between devices using Mozilla’s Firefox browser. There are several models sporting this platform, which include 4K CR Models, as well and 4K flat CX models. Panasonic’s 4K range has been praised by critics, for its 4K Studio Master engine which makes use of LUT’s to deliver superb accuracy in terms of colour and depth.