Question: What’s Better Than A 4k TV?

The Q9FN is a 4K set, with a resolution of 3840 x 2160, while the Q900R is 8K, with a 7680 x 4320 resolution – that amounts to quadruple the number of pixels.

That’s not the only difference, though.

This, Samsung says, gives the Q900R an advantage over the Q9FN, even when playing non-8K content.28 Jan 2019

Is 4k TV really worth it?

Conclusion. If you’re shopping for a TV today, a 4k TV is worth buying over a 1080p TV, provided you sit close enough to see the extra detail and are watching native UHD content. 1080p is usually reserved for cheap budget options and all the better TVs will have a UHD resolution.5 Jun 2017

What’s better than 8k TV?

8K is a higher resolution standard than 4K, quadrupling the total number of pixels just like 4K did with 1080p. 8K is 7,680 by 4,320 resolution, or approximately 8,000 horizontal pixels. Just as there are twice as many horizontal pixels for each resolution, there are also twice as many vertical pixels.15 May 2019

What TV is better than 4k?

LED backlit 4K UHD TVs (including Samsung’s new QLED line) are technically really still LCD TVs with a higher resolution and are taking the name 4K UHD or 4K Ultra HD. 4K LCD TV is a more appropriate name. While OLED TVs are still more expensive than good 4K LED TVs, the gap has narrowed.

Is 4k really better than 1080p?

As their names imply, 4K UHD has a considerably higher resolution than 1080P HD video. 4K resolution is exactly 3840 x 2160 pixels, whilst 1080P consists of 1920 x 1080 pixels. This massive difference brings about some important advantages for 4K when one compares it to the quality of a 1080P video.4 Jan 2019