Samsung Display’s recent announcement that it will quit the LCD TV panel production business left a question mark over who would supply displays for Samsung Electronics’s UHD and QLED TV lines. Well, it appears that Samsung is now revisiting previous arrangements with Sharp.
Sharp and NEC display venture to push 8K + 5G tech
by Andy Bassett
Japanese multinationals NEC Corporation and Sharp Corporation have announced a joint venture to combine their display specialities to mount a response to the increasingly challenging display market.
This 4K 60-inch model features HDR, Active Motion 400 and 79% coverage of the BT2020 colour gamut, Ace Pro Ultra Engine, Freeview HD, integrated Harman/Kardon audio and smart features from Aquos Net+ O/S. So is it value for money?
SHARP is launching Europe's first 8K TV monitor with the LV-70X500E supporting HDR10 and HLG HDR, providing 79% of REC.2020 and possessing 8 HDMI ports. Are we ready for 8K in the home or will it be better suited to commercial applications?
When it comes to the perception of motion handling from the picture processing engine implementations of the various manufacturers, we find people vary quite extensively. So what would you consider the best TVs in this regard? Let us know.