4K televisions (TVs), also known as ultra–HD TVs, are biggest change in the television industry. 4K resolution refers to format of 4096 x 2160 pixels, which is four times the 1,920 x 1,080 pixels found in your full HD TV. Ultra-HD televisions are combination of 4K resolution, high frame rate, high dynamic range, vibrant colors, and wide color range.
Major factors driving growth of the global 4K TV market are growing popularity of 4K technology and its advantages, inclination towards consumer electronics, and rising disposable income. In addition, technological advancements and increasing investment in 4K technology to provide ultra-high definition (UHD) content is another factor driving growth of the market.
The Global 4K TV Market Report consists of all the basic information regarding the 4K TV market. The all-inclusive report will aid users to understand the market current trends, industry growth drivers, share, analysis, size, production, forecast trends, supply, sales, demands, and many other aspects. The analysis was accomplished using an objective amalgamation of primary and secondary data including contributions from major participants in the market. The global 4K TV report is an essential reserve of data, primarily for the industry administrators.
The 4K TV market report is includes analysis of recent developments in technology, detailed profiles of top industry players, and unique model analysis. It provides global 4K TV market projections for the coming years 2017-2026. Regionally, Asia-Pacific accounted for the largest market share, owing to increased adoption of new technological solutions, increasing competition among 4K television vendors, increasing demand for consumer electronics and increasing disposable income.
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