Sharp showcased a prototype 85-inch 8K LCD TV at the Consumer Electronics Show last week.
The electronics manufacturer claimed the TV is the world’s first 8K LCD display that is compliant with the standards of the first 8K test broadcasts, which are expected to take place in Japan as soon as 2016.
“With a native resolution of 7680×4320, this TV is not only the first to be BT.2020 compliant, but also offers 120Hz native panel refresh rate and has a bit depth of 12 bits per pixel and delivers 400cd brightness,” said Sharp.
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