When choosing a new 4K Smart TV, it can seem like a bit of a minefield. With so many new technologies to consider, knowing what to look for when buying a 4K TV can be a challenge. Even more so with the variable connectivity and 4K Smart TV platforms. This guide to choosing the best 4K TV will help demystify the process with some tips and tricks on what to look out for.
4K TV Resolution
So, what is a 4K TV? In simple terms, a 4K TV is a TV with 4K resolution. This means it has 3840 x 2160 pixels, for a total of about 8.3 million pixels. When you compare a 4K TV vs a HD TV, there is around four times more resolution on screen which results in more detail and clarity for a clearer picture.
4K TV Size
There’s more emphasis than ever on larger TV screens, with less 32” – 40” models appearing in new TV line-ups thanks to the rise of big-screen-justifying Ultra HD 4K resolution. Always consider the space you have available for your 4K Smart TV first, but you will appreciate the exceptional image quality on a bigger screen.
Mitchell and Brown 4K UHD TV models range from 43” – 65” click here to view the full range.
Smart 4K TV
Most people own a Smart TV nowadays, they offer multiple services such as TV and film streaming, access to games and a host of other apps. Services like BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+ provide catch-up, on demand shows and films at the touch of a button. Many also come with Freeview Play, which means you can catch up on your favourite shows if you don’t have chance to watch them when they air. Owning a 4K Smart TV allows you to watch all your go-to TV shows according to your schedule with an incomparable picture quality.
4K HDR TV
High dynamic range technology, or HDR, increases the depth of the images on screen for more vibrant colours. HDR TV improves the contrast between very dark and very light colours on a 4K TV screen for a more immersive viewing experience. A 4K HDR TV will take your viewing to the next level with clear, crisp images.
4K Dolby Vision TV
Go one step further with Dolby Vision. Dolby Vision is a HDR technology that gives you better visuals and improved picture quality. A 4K TV with Dolby Vision can achieve a superior level of colour depth and brightness.
As well as supporting HDR10, the Mitchell and Brown 4K UHD TV range is fully compatible with Dolby Vision HDR content – the cinema-inspired technology is used by film makers worldwide.