The world of television has moved and innovated a lot in the past years. A lot of new technologies and certifications are aiming at aiding TV technology take the next leap in the future.
4K resolution is originally 4096 x 2160 pixels however it was reduced to 3840 x 2160 pixels in order to fit this higher resolution video on to a normal 16:9 picture format. Even with the alteration, it is still four times the total number of pixels on a full HD 1080 pixel screen (1920 x 1080). In order for you to take full advantage of the 4K Ultra HD, you will be needing a compatible TV, a source and content that are all equipped with those important extra pixels. It is much dramatic as it delivers four times as much
Basically, 4K describes your TV set’s resolution or the amount of pixels to form an image, however it is now increasingly used to describe a combination of a whole set of new features which together are ushering in a new era in picture quality. With it potential and capacity to deliver four times as much detail as 1080 pixel Full HD, image clarity is more fine in detail, better texture and better image quality and an almost photographic emulsion of smoothness.
While this new tech is truly gonna be the next evolution in the way you’ll watch TV, there’s always still a bit of skepticism about new TV technology. At the present, the only drawback to the technology is how much these sets are gonna cost with some of the best series from world renowned brands like Samsung, LG and Sony which usually starts at £ 2000. Although this is priced higher now as it is new, these will eventually get cheaper when the standard is more widely adopted.