Panasonic is introducing a new ‘ Arrow’ line of smart TV devices to coincide with the company’s new ‘Universal TV’ platform, which includes a new smart television app.
The company said the new devices, which it called ‘Universal HD Smart’ and ‘Arrows’ devices, will support both 4K and 1080p content, and will be compatible with its ‘Universal Media Box’ device.
Panasonic will introduce the new ‘E-Series’ series of Smart TVs in 2018 and 2019.
It will also launch a new line of ‘Arcs’ smart TVs in 2019, which are based on the ‘Universal Box’ platform.
The new ‘ Universal TV’ line will be launched in 2019 with a 4K model, which will be capable of outputting up to 30 per cent of 4K resolution.
Panasonic said the ‘Arts’ smart TV will support 4K content, including HDR, HDR10, and Ultra HD Blu-ray.
The ‘Arms’ smart television is a successor to the ‘ Arrow TV ‘ line of TVs, which debuted in 2018.
The two products will be offered in a range of models, from 4K TV models to the new 4K ‘ Arrow ‘ series of TVs.
The ‘ Arrow,’ is Panasonic’s answer to the company ‘s ” Arrow” line of digital TV devices, starting with its new TV line ‘Arquitectos’ (Arrow Box), ‘Arclight’ series, ‘Ark’ TV, ‘ Arrow 2K’ series and ‘ Arrow HD ‘ series, according to the official website.
‘ Arrow’ is Panasonic ‘s latest foray into smart TV, which was launched last year with a range called the ‘Sonic’, which is based on ‘Arbio’ line.
Panasonic is not the first company to launch its own smart TV product line.
Earlier this year, the Japanese tech giant launched its own line of gaming console smart TVs, called the “Pascal” series.
This is the first time that Panasonic has launched a new TV product family.