Sharp’s Highest Resolution Ultra HD TV Goes Beyond 4K At CES 2015

Posted: Jan 6 2015, 7:18am CST | by , in News | CES

 
Sharp’s Highest Resolution Ultra HD TV Goes Beyond 4K at CES 2015
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The highest resolution 4K UHD TV by sharp will offer quadruples with 2015 AQUOS line-up.

Today the International CES 2015 kicked off and Sharp introduced its 2015 AQUOS 4K Ultra HD TV line-up. This has increased the number of 4K UHD TVs offered across seven screen sizes.

These sizes range from 43 inches to 80 inches. This new 4K lineup will include the AQUOS Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV. This will be the highest resolution TV available in 2015. So there is something that Sharp will be proud about.

Jim Sanduski the President of Sharp Electronics Marketing Company of America stated that the company’s display technologies shape the TV industry and their company is an important part of the TV industry. He further stated that the 2015 AQUOS 4K Ultra HD TV line will deliver the finest picture quality to the consumers with the most advanced Smart TV features.

This new TV model by Sharp is the highest resolution TV that will be available to the consumers in 2015. This TV will combine the company’s proprietary pixel splitting and Quattron technologies.

This helps in delivering 66 million subpixels which are 42 million more than the standard 4K Ultra HD. So that is why the TV will deliver a 167 percent greater resolution than the traditional 4K UHD and begins to approach 8K.

The 80” (diag.) Class screen size has the highest standard of color and contrast that one can think of. Here Sharp has used SPECTORS Rich Color Display and the unique Quattron technology.

These technologies help to deliver a billion more shades of color plus this TV will display more color than any AQUOS TV before it. Moreover Sharp has also equipped this TV with High Dynamic Range technology and a full array LED with local dimming which provides an extremely deep black and white.

Sharp has made it clear that this AQUOS Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV will be available for the consumers by late 2015. Much to the amusement of the consumers Sharp will also be introducing three new series of Sharp AQUOS 4K Ultra HD TVs.

All these new Sharp AQUOS 4K Ultra HD TVs (UB30, UE30 and UH30) will include the latest 4K specs which mean that they will be equipped with a quad core processor, H.265 and VP9. And you can see these all new Shap's 4K Ultra HD TVs at CES 2015.

All these new models by Sharp will be equipped with SmartCentral 4.0 which means that they will enable the consumers to search cable, satellite and streaming services from a single screen.

The SmartCentral 4.0 also offers easy-to-navigate settings and even a device menu and personalized accounts for each family member. Moreover there will also be a SmartCentral 4.0 app which will make controlling even easier.

Sharp AQUOS 4K Ultra HD UB30 Series Specifications and Prices

43” (42.5” diag.), 50” (49.5” diag.), 55” (54.5” diag.) and 65” (64.5” diag.) Class screen sizes

4K Ultra HD: 4X the pixel resolution of Full HD

Revelation™ Upscaler

4K Ultra HD Streaming (HEVC/h.265; VP9)

SmartCentral™ 3.0

4K Ultra HD Specs (HDMI 2.0; HDCP 2.2)

Local dimming (65”)

Modern Design – ultra slim bezel, sleek stand

Wallpaper Mode

Quad-core processor

3 HDMI, 2 USB [43" (42.5” diag.), 50" (49.5”)]; 4 HDMI, 2 USB [55" (49.5” diag.), 65” (64.5” diag.) Class screen sizes], optical audio output, Wi-Fi

MSRP 43” Class LC43UB30U: $749.99

MSRP 50” Class LC50UB30U: $999.99

MSRP 55” Class LC55UB30U: $1,199.99

MSRP 65” Class LC65UB30U: $2,299.99

Sharp AQUOS 4K Ultra HD UE30 Series Specifications and Prices

60” (diag.), 70” (69.5” diag.), 80” Class screen sizes

4K Ultra HD: 4X the pixel resolution of Full HD

Revelation™ Upscaler

4K Ultra HD Streaming (HEVC/h.265; VP9)

AquoMotion™ 480

AquoDimming™

SmartCentral™ 4.0

Android TV platform

4K Ultra HD Specs (HDMI 2.0; HDCP 2.2)

70" (69.5” diag.) has 16% more screen area than a 65" (64.5” diag.) Class; 80" (diag.) has 50% more screen area than a 65" (64.5” diag.) Class TV

Modern Design – ultra slim bezel, sleek stand

Dual Stand Placement Options (70” diag./80” diag.)

Wallpaper Mode

Quad-core processor

4 HDMI, 3 USB, Wi-Fi

MSRP 60” Class LC60UE30: $1,999.99

MSRP 70” Class LC70UE30: $2,799.99

MSRP 80” Class LC80UE30: $5,399.99

Sharp AQUOS 4K Ultra HD UH30 Series Specifications and Prices

70” (69.5” diag.) and 80” (diag.) Class Screen Sizes

THX 4K-Certified Picture Quality (THX certification pending 70” (69.5” diag.) only

SPECTROS™ Rich Color Display

Revelation™ Upscaler

4K Ultra HD Streaming (HEVC/h.265; VP9)

4K Ultra HD Specs (HDMI 2.0, HDCP 2.2)

AquoMotion™ 960

AquoDimming™

SmartCentral™ 4.0

Android TV platform

70" (69.5”) diag. has 16% more screen area than a 65" (64.5” diag.) Class.; 80" (diag.) has 50% more screen area than a 65" Class

Modern Design – ultra slim bezel, sleek stand

Dual Stand Placement Options

Wallpaper Mode

Quad-core processor

Touchpad Remote

4 HDMI, 3 USB, Wi-Fi

MSRP 70” Class LC70UH30: $3,199.99

MSRP 80” Class LC80UH30: $5,999.99

Sharp will start shipping all these 4K UHD models to retailers nationwide in Spring 2015. Sharp will be displaying these new AQUOS TV models, including the new Sharp AQUOS Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV, at its booth #11018 at the 2015 International CES.

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