Shocking Facts About 4K TVs That’ll Make Your Hair Stand on End

Shocking Facts About 4K TVs That’ll Make Your Hair Stand on End

4K TV Shocking Facts

Everyone must be knowing that TV and Resolution are two apart things which have no corresponding connections to each other.

What 4K actually means?

For that, I will suggest you step back, what SD and HD and 4K referred to as characteristics called resolution. Or in simple language, You may say the number of pixels that make a whole display. Conventional HD TV right now available in the market is 1080p which in simplified terms is a 1920 x 1080 i.e. 1920 pixels wide and height of 1080 pixels.

4K TV simply contains the pixel count as it has in HD. But it has yet more pixels than full HD TV. 4K contains the resolution of 3840 x 2160(or 4096×2160, we’ll clear it later…). In simple terms, you might say 2160p is almost 4 times larger than 1080p. Hence it might be known as 4K.

What is HDR and why is HDR interpreting in your 4K TV

HDR you might be coming so this one at least once in a lifetime because nowadays every phone camera has this mode. basic works of  HDR in a phone camera is to capture two or probably more shot at the same time and by blending them to mix together and it gives you one perfect shot that is the best shot.

But here in TV HD are significant boosts displays contrast ratio. That is the difference between its brightest and darkest colors and allows for much finer detail in the sets in between. you might have come across the Dolby advertisement in which they have clearly and noticeable is shown that how HDR and non-HDR 4K TVs look apart.

HDR is the result of a picture is more vivid and noticeably like in a simple manner it looks more Realistic.

So What Should You Buy? ( With HDR or not )

Definitely, non-HDR 4k TV also will give your best results. but HDR will have your eye-catching results and look more realistic. And there are also many factors that affect how your TV will perform? For example, the distance of TV and how far you’ve seated.

4K and UHD is not the same thing, Oh Really?

Nowadays 4K TVs are becoming more popular and some TV makers have started calling their products as 4K UHD but for your knowledge, 4K and UHD are two different things the simplest way of defining the difference as per ExtremeTech 4K is a professional production and cinema standard while you’re HD is a consumer display and broadcast standard.

4K is 4096 x 2160 white screen resolution and it is exactly for two time larger than 2K that means 2048 X 1080. While Ultra High Definition aka UHD is the next step up from what is now being called full HD the official name for the display resolution of 1920×1080 and UHD is that resolution to 3840 x 2160 it’s not the same as the 4K resolution made. There are some panels that are exactly what that means 4096×2160 containing aspect ratio of 1.9:1. But the majority screens have 3840×2160 coming down to the 1.78:1 aspect ratio.

I’m Sure you don’t have that much knowledge about 4K TV. Now share it with your friends to amaze them.

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