What is the difference between 4K, Full HD and HD?
4K TVs are known as Ultra HD referring to a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixel format. A 4K TV has over 8 million pixels per image compared to just 2 million pixels for full HD. 4K televisions are created to give you a cinematic experience in your home.
Full HD (also known as 1080P):
The TV panel pixels quantity is arranged in a 1920 x 1080 format, which allows you to enjoy Blu-ray movies, your favorite sports, and all standard TV programs at the highest level.
HD (also known as 720P):
The TV panel pixels quantity is arranged in a 1366 x 768 format. This is a technology used mostly in smaller TVs.
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