When you are searching for a TV, the first thing you notice is its resolution. It is usually possible to find the resolution of a model on the box and in the name. The introduction of 4K TVs swept away the older 1080p sets at the start of this decade.
Considering how difficult it is to find 4K televisions today, and how difficult it is to find 1080p televisions, what is the difference between the two?
Throughout this article, we have attempted to explain what 4K and 1080p TVs have in common.
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In terms of TVs, 4K units are likely to be most appealing. Picture quality can be determined by many factors other than resolution, since any TV can claim 4K status nowadays. Only if you are seated very close to the TV will you notice the difference between 4K and 1080p.
These days there are so many 4k panels available that it isn’t necessary to choose between 4k and 1080p.