What Is The Difference Between FHD And UHD?

Last Update date : 2014.09.06

Difference Between FHD and UHD


Full High Definition(FHD) is the resolution 1920x1080P. Ultra High Definition(UHD) is the resolution 3840x2160P. What this means is that there are more pixels per inch(PPI) in a UHD TV. This gives a higher resolution on the TV. UHD is used on larger TVs so you can sit closer to the TV and still enjoy a crisp, clear picture. Below is a diagram of the different resolutions:


NOTE: UHD is also known as 4K resolution.


 

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NOTE: The blue area is the resolution of FHD and the purple area is the resolution of UHD. As you can see there is a huge increase in the resolution between the two


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