Sharp, the well-known Japanese consumer electronics firm has rolled out a new TV at IFA 2017. The company calls the device as the first 8K resolution TV in the world. The TV will be accessible in China beginning next month; in February 2018 in Taiwan; in December 2017 in Japan; and in March 2018 in Europe. The price details for these nations have not been unveiled by the firm.
Apart from the TV, Sharp has declared that it will design a complete 8K bionetwork, such as shooting camera, in alliance with Foxconn.
The Sharp Aquos 8K is created of aluminum aviation-grade alloy and sports a 70-inch LCD TV with a pixels resolution of 7,680 x 4,320. For voice, the TV provides Yamaha Audio Engine, surround sound, and DTS 2.0 tech. In addition to this, it houses 3 speakers integrated into the SoundBar. There are 4 high-power speakers and 2 woofer speakers that are integrated at the rear of the TV with best back bass sound.
The TV panel has Dynamic Highlight screen along with innovative edge-lit backlighting tech that renders brightness and dimming on various sections of the image, gaining a brighter or darker effect. It also sports Dolby Vision BDA-HDR and HDR providing more vivid and brighter colors.
Lately, the firm rolled out an Android One handset in Japan. Named as Sharp X1, the handset has a price tag of JPY 70,524 and will be accessible through Y! Mobile, the Japanese carrier. Google, the search major and giant has unveiled that the handset comes with 18 Months of assured Android updates from the firm.
The Sharp X1 comes with a 5.3-inch Full HD screen with a pixel resolution of 1080 pixels x 1920 pixels. Operating on the current operating system of the company, Android 7.1 Nougat, out of the box, the handset is fueled by Snapdragon Qualcomm 435 processor. It provides 32 GB of internal storage and 3 GB of RAM. The internal storage can be extended further with the help of a microSD card.
For now, people all around the world are eager to experience the first 8K resolution TV