The electronics giant Samsung has introduced a new LCD TV this week at the 2008 SID symposium in Los Angeles that sports “ultra definition” resolution of 3840×2160, or 2160p.
Current LCD panels have at maximum, 1080p (1920×1080) HD resolution so this new TV blows that out of the water. It is however, lower quality then the upcoming 4k standard which has a 4096×1716 working resolution.
The TV that was demoed measured 82 inches diagonally and had a 120Hz refresh rate, a feature not typical of such a large display. The set also includes the nice LED backlight which save energy and raises color saturation to 150 percent.