Now CES 2018 Samsung is showing-off this 8K-resolution Q9S
LG Electronic is ready to show world’s first 88-inch 8K OLED display TV at upcoming CES 2018.
Sharp Corporation has announced that it will bring 8K to Europe while people are just getting used to the 4K idea. The company even claimed that it would offer these products until March 2018.
At IFA 2017 event, Sharp introduced the new 8K TVs and screens known as the AQUOS Series. These series will be on the market between November and February in China, Japan and Taiwan and will arrive in Europe in March.
70-inch 8K displays are known to have 4 HDMI inputs. One of these links will be special to 8K, while others will have 4K and 2K support and upscale to 8K resolution.
The 8K resolution is really impressive. The videotapes shown in the furrows ranged from slow-opening flowers to Animal Planet-inspired shots, all of which seemed incredibly realistic with impressive depth of color and sharp details.
Sharp has been showing off the industry in Japan with 8K displays, but with the IFA 2017, it is showing that the technology is stable around the world.
If you want to take a look at the future of televisions, take a look at the HDMI 2.1 standard that these TVs will use. HDMI 2.1, which will bring 8K video and HDR support to HDMI connection, was announced.
HDMI, an industry standard for transporting high-definition media to your TV, is being developed by the HDMI Forum, where major companies come together. Introduced at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, version 2.1 supports 8K 60Hz images and 4K 120Hz dynamic HDR. The standard will also support 48G cables, which offer 48Gbps bandwidth. These cables will carry HDR-capable 8K video over HDMI 2.1.
The cable will be compatible with previous HDMI standards, so it will support all other devices you have. HDMI 2.1 will come with the Game Mode VRR feature for game enthusiasts and will offer a variable refresh rate on this. Finally, eARC audio support will also be available.
Now, we are waiting for who will show us the content with 8K 60Hz capability and support for dynamic HDR.