The future of television is color, not pixels
TechRadar.com reports that for the longest time, televisions have been in a resolution war. For Pete’s sake, we’ve already heard plenty about 8K TVs. But, soon enough, color will become the new benchmark by which we measure the screen quality.
It might sound like an absurd proclamation when 4K is finally gaining traction in the television world just this year. However, after seeing Hisense’s new premium Ultra LED 4K TVs, I found myself more blown away by the amazing color rendition than the sharpness of 4K.
Now, that’s not to say Hisense’s latest 65-inch, 4K television is lacking in resolution – it looks plenty sharp with 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. But what makes the 65H10B’s picture truly pop is the display’s ULED technology, which combines the incredible contrast that 240 lighting zones produces with the accurate, vibrant colors that a quantum dot filter renders.