What is the difference between UHD and SUHD?

UHD (Ultra High Definition) technology provides a sharp, crisp and immersive viewing experience by squeezing 3840x2160 pixels onto the screen compared to 1920x1080 pixels on an HD TV.
 
SUHD (Super Ultra High Definition) combines UHD resolution with a Nano Crystal display so that SUHD creates an even greater spectrum and more accurate reproduction of colour.
 
Find out more about UHD and SUHD here.

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