4K and OLED, there has been a lot of hype around these two words this year and manufacturers have been racing to release televisions with these technologies. Lately, the price of 4K sets have dropped and 4K content is all set to be released in the upcoming months, but the main debate is which of the two types of television offer the best viewing experience. We give both a fair trial and compare the two against each other.What is 4K and OLED?
4K is basically 4 times the of a standard HDTV. All the big names like Sony, LG have released their lines of 4K televisions. 4K guarantees that you never see pixels from up close no matter how large the TV screen is. In fact, the [...]
Remember the time when everyone used to confuse HD, Full HD and 1080p? All these terms were used interchangeably. Similarly, UHD and 4K are the new labels which are baffling everyone. There has been a lot of hype around the term Ultra HD or UHD and not many people are exactly sure why. While UHD is now increasingly being used as a synonym for 4K, technically they are different. If you are in the same boat, read on to understand how these two terms differ.What is UHD and 4K?
In the simplest terms, UHD is a broadcast standard and a consumer display, and 4K is geared towards professional production and cinema standard. 4K has four times as many pixels as a standard full [...]
The debate between 4k and 1080p has been a hot one for years now since the debut of the 4k display in 2012. The display was first used on a television by Sony, and ever since then the battle has been raging between TV and screen manufacturers to provide the new premium standard to their users. Seeing how a 4k television has quadruple amount of pixels than a standard 1080p full HD TV has, 4k definitely seems like the stronger and better contender on paper. But the debate remains whether it lives up to its specs in real life.
In this article, we attempt to take a look at the practicality of these TV displays, and evaluate their real-world utility.So what is 4k and [...]
Firstly HDTV (High Definition Television) is part of digital television, HDTV cannot be broadcasted over analog due to the constraints of bandwidth.
When speaking about HDTV it will probably mean that on average you will see a movie or sporting event which has been broadcasted in HD on a screen with a 1920×1080 and an aspect ratio of 16:9 at various refresh rates depending on the device that you have. That is 2,073,600 pixels which is used to display the image on your TV. It is more than 6 times the amount you used to have on your analog set.
This is however a bit of a generalization about the resolution as there is still 1280×720 also referred to as [...]