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What is the difference between a Full HD LED TV and an Ultra HD LED TV?
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What is the difference between a Full HD LED TV and an Ultra HD LED TV?


What is Full HD (1080p)?

Full HD displays have 1920 pixels wide by 1080 pixels tall on the screen. Compared to traditional 720p HD Ready displays these are capable of displaying more clearer and high-resolution picture frames. The display ratio for Full HD display will be 16:9, hence better for viewing wide frame videos or movies.

What is Ultra HD Technology?

Ultra HD 4K displays are of 3840 pixels wide by 2160 pixels tall (8.29 megapixels), which is almost four times more than the Full HD display. As the number of pixels is huge, the picture clarity will be at it’s best. These displays too have the 16:9 ratio and gives you the best movie/video watching experience.




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