Similar to the visual difference between a standard DVD and Blu-ray HD, the ultra high-definition 4K resolution, offering video quality four times better than HD (1080p) is certainly the major leap in technology, and is in huge demand. Hollywood has already embraced this next-generation of TV technology, Panasonic has offered it in its
Reportedly, the noted Japanese TV manufacturer Sony’s preparation to introduce an 80-inch XBR LED TV set with 4K resolution is actually the part of a larger scheme to promote the next-generation 4K resolution as a mainstream format. However, there are also reports that Sony’s PS4 will also support the 4K resolution.
Though, there’s no official word on the price of Sony’s 80-inch 4K TV, but it’s estimated that it will sell at a price of around $30,000.
On the other hand, LG has also recently announced the world’s first 84-inch Ultra Definition 3D TV that will come equipped with 4K resolution, smart features and over 8 million pixels per frame. Reportedly, its ‘magic’ remote will allow the access to about 1,400 LG apps and premium community services.