Tech News Desk – The trend of smart TV has increased very fast. Now companies have started offering TVs of every range in the market, so customers do not have much trouble in buying it. But there are so many formats available in the market that it has become very difficult to choose from all of them. Many times we must have heard that a new HD TV has been launched or a 4K TV has been introduced.
But there would be very few people who would know the difference between these two. Let us know what is the main difference between the two and how is the screen of both? Resolution quality refers to the number of pixels in the photo. A pixel is so small that you cannot see it with the naked eye. But when you put enough pixels together, they can form a complete picture. The more pixels, the more detailed the picture can be, and the higher the resolution.
Called Full HD, or called 1080p or 1920×1080, are all the same thing. They are all just ways of referring to the same resolution. At the same time, the resolution of 4K TV is 3840×2160. The higher the resolution, the sharper the picture. The highest resolution on the TV and camera market is 8K. However, the higher the resolution, the higher the price.
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When it comes to choosing a resolution, it’s all about balancing price, quality, and energy efficiency. Full HD (or 1080p) is one of the cheapest resolutions to buy, and it looks good on most screens. But, if you want to reduce your electricity bill or make an eco-friendly purchase, then you can consider HD models instead of 4K TVs.