Samsung shows off 70-inch 3DTV with Ultra Definition quality!
Samsung Electronics has previewed a new large, high resolution prototype display yet again. This time, it’s the world’s first 70-inch “Ultra Definition” 240Hz 3DTV. Yes, you’re starting to get used to Full HD displays with 1920 x 1080 resolutions, so now we introduce you to UD, which is Ultra Definition. That’s 3840 x 2160 pixels in your 70-inch displays, which will easily pawn your Full HD 3DTV like some bug.
The 70″ display has a refresh rate of 240Hz, which be very nice for movie watching but the models coming up later are going to be even better because they are going to feature a refresh rate of 480Hz! That is something quite unthinkable in consumer panels right now. Also, the current refresh rate is enough to give this panel the UD (Ultra Definition) grade of performance, which is bound to be a very sharp and clear viewing experience. The new panel is filled with over 800 million pixels — that’s a neat 4-times that of True HD resolution. That should give you some perspective on how sharp this panel really is. And now the only concern is going to be finding content that is not HD but UD.
Samsung achieved this feat by substituting the usual silicon-based TFT technology with oxide semi-conductor technology. This display is yet another one of those jaw dropping things that are going to be showcased at the FPD, right alongside the AUO panel I wrote about earlier.
The rate at which things are going, we are soon going to see storages media like triple layer HD discs as something quite common because to store movies in such high definition standards, a lot of data needs to be written. The Blu-Ray enthusiasts have something to look forward to it seems. But then, Samsung is just showing off their technology, and we won’t be seeing such product for at least a few more years. Well, all I know is, that pink 3DTV sure got some UD-quality there! Nice pink Tee-Vee!
SOURCE via Samsung Tomorrow