Sharp Debuts Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV at CES

Posted by at 4:24 pm on January 6, 2015

Beyond 4K Ultra HD

Sharp unveiled its new Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV. The new TV uses a combination of the company’s pixel splitting and Quattron technologies to pack 66 million subpixels into a single 80-inch panel. By splitting pixels in half vertically, and allowing each subpixel to create its own color value, Sharp claims the display can reach a resolution that begins to approach 8K (7680 x 4320). The company, however, did not give an exact resolution that the panel can display.

Other features packed into the new TV include Spectros Rich Color Display, Quattron technology, High Dynamic Range technology, and a full array LED with local dimming to provide deep blacks and bright whites. Pricing has not yet been announced, but we do know that the Sharp Aquos Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV will reach the market towards the end of 2015.

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