HD & SD sources
Freeview Play app
HDR lacks sparkle
Tight viewing angle
Some light leakage
Too small for 4K
There's no doubt about it, 4K looks its best on a 60-inch TV.
No, that distinction goes to the inclusion of high dynamic range HDR .
That question has obviously been asked, and answered, by Panasonic's TV designers because they've fenced-off what they consider the unpopular ones.
Gravity upscaled from a regular Blu-ray disc looks sharp and clean with both True Cinema and Cinema presets engaged, while 720p fare from HD channels on Freeview HD are highly watchable.
The latter is extensive: a USB stick hosting all kinds of digital files, from 4K video files in the TS, MP4 and MKV formats to a load of AVI, WMV and other video files all played without a hiccup.
Indeed, with its sleek design carrying it through despite the HDR confusion.