That’s right: now that smart TV industry has modernized its technology to HD, along comes the latest 4K format (a.k.a Ultra HD). The HD format has a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, while the latest UHD 4K TV format comes with a resolution of 3840 x 2160.
The good aspect is, if a screen size is 50 inches or smaller, one doesn’t require to do anything —which means recent TV is just fine. If one desires a crystal-clear resolution on an even bigger screen, 4K is the best option.
For one thing, the cost is expected to keep decreasing as the technology is established. For another, viewers may have to face the content issue. Currently, no network is providing 4K content services; however, Netflix offers some 4K programming.
Normally, one requires to have download speed of around 25MB per second for suitable 4K streaming. Many users can’t have that. All in all, you must explore the new UHD 4K TV format at your own pace. It will be the dominant technology in the market and the cost is slowly going down.