UHDTV

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UHDTV

(Ultra High Definition TV) Generally refers to a 4K TV with 2,160 lines of resolution. The term is also used for an 8K TV, the generation following 4K. See 4K TV and 8K TV.
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The new Smart TV SoC is the industry's first single-chip implementation with support for the "4K2K" Ultra High Definition video format.
8 times faster than its predecessor, producing superior color reproduction and improved noise reduction resulting to enhanced JPEG image quality which complements its 28-megapixel sensor; not to mention the capability to shoot 4K Ultra High Definition videos.
Galaxy S5 can record 4K or Ultra High Definition videos while Galaxy Note 4 can record videos with more stability using the Optical Image Stabilisation module.

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