IFA 2019: Sharp to launch the world’s largest 120-inch 8K TV

    IFA 2019: Sharp to launch the world’s largest 120-inch 8K TV
    IFA 2019: Sharp to launch the world’s largest 120-inch 8K TV

    So in an event set to take place in the German capital, Berlin, a company has promised its users a lot and we can not wait to see the company fall through with there promise. At the IFA Berlin 2019 which is just a few days away, many technology companies are getting ready to exhibit and show their latest innovations with the world and there is that one company which may outshine all others in the field of technology. Sharp to launch the world’s largest 120-inch 8K TV

    Moreover, Sharp has announced that the company are all set and ready to unveil what the company says is set to be the world’s largest 8K smart television at the mega event.The well known, Japanese company did not reveal the name of the product however,they did indicate that it will be on exhibition from September 6 to September 11. As per the information provided by the company, the new TV will feature a 120-inch display which is very much capable of supporting an astounding 8K resolution.

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    In addition to that the company also claim that they will be launching a 5G TV which will also come with an amazing 8K resolution proving users with an unforgettable experience. Details of the mammoth 8K TV and the 5G 8K TV are yet to be revealed. But we expect the 5G TV to come with a 5G base band. The TV is designed for use during pubic exhibitions such as in museums and schools. The TV is also capable of remotely displaying ultra-clear videos and pictures of artworks. The exact size of the 5G TV has not yet been specified by the Japense manufacturers however, it is almost certain that this TV will be able to broadcast 8K HDR content. Sharp is hoping to build an 8K + 5G ecosystem that can transmit ultra-clear videos and pictures to end-users via 5G networks or upload them to the Internet. Transmitting high-gamut 8K ultra-clear videos require at least 512Gbps of ultra-high bandwidth, and only 5G can provide that kind of speed.


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