- Nowadays every home has a smart TV
- Like smartphones, the demand for smart TVs has also increased
- There are a few things to keep in mind when buying a smart TV
Navi Delhi: The huge demand for smartphones has led to a decline in the number of smart TV viewers, it was said. But, that did not happen. In contrast, the demand for smart TVs with larger sizes and higher resolutions, similar to smartphones, has increased. There are a few things to keep in mind when buying a smart TV in such a situation. See details.
There are many types of displays on the market. But speaking of some popular displays, smart TVs based on LED, OLED and QLED displays are currently the most in demand. All three use LED technology (light emitting diodes).
The LED works to keep the TV within budget with excellent picture quality. LED is the most popular technology used in TV today. These TVs are very slim and can be easily placed in any viewing space. An LED (light emitting diode) is a type of light that illuminates the pixels in a TV.
IP displays offer real life colors with excellent viewing angles. Non-IPS panels help reduce the overall cost of the TV. If you are thinking of buying a budget TV, you can go for a display without IPS only. This will also reduce the cost of TV.
OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) TVs offer excellent color accuracy, excellent contrast, wide viewing angles and free pictures. OLED TV helps to keep the screen thin.
QLED (Quantum Dot LED) : It comes with higher brightness and clearer picture quality than QLED LED TVs. It also presents more colors.
Curved TV: These TVs are not suitable for a large family. Curved TVs are great for users who sit in the middle and watch TV.
Resolution: The number of pixels in a display depends on the resolution. It is generally believed that the more pixels, the better the clarity and sharpness. Based on this pixel, 720 pixel based TV is called HD Ready, 1080 pixel is called UHD (4K) Smart TV.
Full HD (FHD or 1080P) is a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. FHD TVs have twice as many pixels as HD Ready TVs and they offer more clarity. 4K (Ultra HD or UHD) is also known as Ultra High Definition 4K with 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution. This is mainly called 4K. Because it has 4 times more pixels than a full HD TV.