Panasonic TH-L32X30C - dos it use a real IPS-alpha panel?

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  1. itismy

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    I just bought this 32-inch LED IPS-alpha Panasonic TH-L32X30C (a specific model sold only in China) last Saturday and found it has serious backlight bleeding, especially the bottom right or right half, appear significantly brighter than any other place on the screen when it was in the factory setting. But this afternoon after the panasonic (agent) engineer in my city looked the photo (below) I took, he said it should be normal and refused to give me a certification for exchanging a new one in the shop where I bought it. Afterwards, I browsed some webpages and could not find other IPS-alpha Panasonic models having such serious backlight bleeding problems, even for L32X30 or L32X30H sold in other places.
    That makes me doubt if this model really used a real IPS-alpha panel. So I also took a photo of its pixel structure just now. If anyone know if it is a real IPS-alpha panel, please let me know. Thank you for your help in advance.
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