4K Ultra HD
explained

Made for the cinema, and now available for the home,
4K Ultra HD sets new standards for picture detail.2

All display technology – be it on your TV, smartphone, tablet or PC – creates an image using a grid of ‘picture elements’ or pixels. Every pixel on a screen contributes detail to the image. The more pixels used to display an image, the more detailed the image can appear.1

The Samsung Full HD TVs we’ve enjoyed for the past few years have around two million pixels across the screen. That’s a lot, but 4K Ultra High Definition LED TV has more than eight million pixels. That’s four times the pixel number of Samsung Full HD!

With 4K UHD LED, the pixels are so small and the picture can hold so much detail that even images on very large screens can look sharp.1 View 4K Ultra High Definition content on a Samsung 4K UHD or QLED TV, and you can be amazed at the depth and nuance in what you see. Ultra HD pictures really have to be seen to be believed.2

Why Samsung UHD LED TV?

Samsung 4K UHD LED technology isn’t just about watching Ultra High Definition content. The picture engine in all Samsung 4K UHD and QLED TV models include powerful upscaling software designed to help improve the appearance of your existing entertainment collections; Blu-ray™ films can look amazing, the graphics in your favourite games can look crisp and sharp, and DVDs and Pay TV can appear detailed.3

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1. Picture quality will depend on source content.
2. To view in 4K Ultra HD, a 4K Ultra HD TV and 4K content are required.
3. Picture quality of upscaled content may vary depending on source content. Picture quality of low-resolution video will not reach UHD quality.