A few years ago when buying a television all you needed to think about was your budget and perhaps the size of your television console. However, times have changed, with the immersion of world-class technology into television sets from smart TVs to ultra-high definition and from pixel ratios to surround sound, the features of televisions you need to consider are countless. While it can be overwhelming to look and inspect each and every detail of the technical feature of televisions, undoubtedly one of the most important factors you should take into consideration is the viewing experience of your television. While several factors affect the viewing experience of your television, one of the most important ones you should keep into mind is the resolution, often determined by the pixels on the television. With this regard, two major kinds of resolution options are making a splash in the television market, namely the 4k ultra high definition resolution and the full high definition resolution. If you in the market for a new television and are worried about financing it, leave such worries behind. With Finserv Markets EMI store you can have your brand new Haier television delivered to your doorstep in less than 24 hours with no paperwork, instant approval, zero down payment and interest on EMI. Here’s all you need to know to decide which resolution is better for you!
What is a full high definition (HD)?
When talking about full HD resolution, which can also be called ultra HD or true HDTV, we are essentially referring to a television display technology which surpasses the original HD technology of 720p high definition television. Full HD resolution televisions provide an image resolution of around 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels. This means that as compared to original HDTV, full HD offers you 1080 lines with progressive scanning often denoted with a 1080p. Progressive scanning means that each scan displays each line is the image faster from top to bottom.
Four resolutions compared: standard definition; full high definition; and the two kinds of ultra high definition (Quad HD and 4Kx2K). (Source: CNET)
What is 4K UHD?
4K resolution to be simple means sharper and clearer picture for you. Due to the 4k resolution, you get around 8,294,400 pixels at once on the screen, which means you view images that are much more crisper and capable of showing many more details than offered by standard “high definition”. For most televisions, 4k is defined as 3840 x 2160 or 2160 pixels, which is more than a full high definition 1080 pixel image which has a resolution of 1920×1080 resolution. This means 4k televisions have a resolution four times of your current 1080 pixel television. As per market experts, most brands are soon likely to replace full high definition televisions with 4k ultra high definition technology as we move forward. As with any technology, the cost of manufacturing 4k UHD televisions is likely to go down in the future, making it more accessible to consumers.
Which one should you choose?
Undoubtedly, 4k televisions are technologically superior to full HD televisions. 4K UHD televisions focus on resolving extra fine detail from both the viewer and production side of views, while also being able to scale down the contrast and recording even when viewed up close or from different angles. However, this doesn’t mean that full HD televisions do not offer you a great viewing experience, they do. Depending on your budget, if you want to splurge and spend more to bring home the viewing experience of a 4K UHD television, you will surely not be disappointed.
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