What is UHD?
UHD stands for Ultra High Definition, the next standard in TV and display resolution following Full HD. It’s also commonly referred to as 4K.
Whereas traditional Full HD is limited to 1920 vertical columns and 1080 horizontal rows of pixels, Ultra HD has a total resolution of 3840 pixels by 2160, meaning pictures can pack in four times the amount of detail.
As a result, images look clearer and sharper than ever before. Ultra HD televisions are now widely available, with content available from broadcasters, streaming services like Netflix and on next generation Blu-ray discs.