Transform Your TV Viewing With Ultra HD TV From LG

TV viewing is innovating every day and riding high on the most advanced technologies. Playing around with pixels, picture quality, sound effects and creating an overall theatrical experience in the comfort of your home, 84 inch Ultra HD TVs are redefining TV viewing experience.


Another popular category of TV technology is the one used in 4K TVs. Let us take a look at the two most popular TV technologies or categories – before you buy Ultra HD TV online.

4K TV Technology

Being a highly advanced picture technology, 4K is the next big innovation. In this, the number of pixels gets quadrupled in a full HD picture. The pixel arrangement in 4K technology is configured as 3,840 x 2,160 resolutions as compared to 1920×1080 in a full HD TV.

It is this extra resolution that adds more detail, more depth and more colour resolution to the picture, offering life-like picture quality – so much so as if you are actually looking at it upfront out of the window. 4K technology works best with large screens – ideally 65 inches or above. But other screen sizes also work decent enough.

Ultra HD TV

You can understand it in a way that it is merely another name for 4K as differentiated by many companies. Ultra HD TVs have been named for the sake of convenience in distinguishing between the 3,840 x 2,160 resolution adopted by 16:9-ratio TVs and the slightly different 4096×2160 resolution first introduced in digital cinemas. Hence the two terms are used interchangeably.

LG’s 84 inch Ultra HD TV online is a revolution in television industry with truest colour accuracy, with a 4K Panel that shows best colour consistency and contrast from all angles among competing panels, so you can enjoy more professional-grade color from every seat in your house.


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