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(Pocket-lint) - Panasonic has outlined a full range of OLED TVs, joining the GZ2000 which was announced earlier in the year. The new models are the GZ1500, GZ1000 and GZ950.

The models all come in 65 and 55-inch sizes and use the HCX Pro image processor and support the same range of standards. All are Dolby Vision and HDR10+ compatible - joining Philips in offering wide support across a range of TVs. Panasonic is also introducing support for HLG Photos, something you can get from the new Lumix S1 camera.

On the audio front, all the OLED models support Dolby Atmos, but it's only the GZ2000 that gets those upfiring speakers for a wider sound experience from the TV itself. However, all the sets will be able to receive and decode Atmos signals.

While the GZ2000 has a Technics-tuned speaker system, the GZ1500 gets a similar design but with a front-firing blade speaker running across the bottom of the screen. Panasonic says that the GZ2000 has a custom professional OLED panel, which the GZ1500 doesn't get.

The GZ950 loses out on the soundbars of the 2000 and 1500 with a more regular built-in speaker system and the only difference between this TV and the GZ1000 is the design of the stand.

In addition supporting a wide range of AV formats, all these TVs will also work with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, meaning more control and connectivity.

We currently have no more details on how these TVs are different - but we're heading off to learn more about them, so will update as soon as we do. 

There's also no word on pricing, but these TVs will become available from June 2019 onwards.

Writing by Chris Hall.