Sharp Announced AQUOS 8K 70-inch LCD TV
Sharp on Thursday announced the release of the AQUOS 8K Series of world first 8K-compatible TVs and displays. The Sharp AQUOS 8K will be released in China in October, in Japan in December, in Taiwan in February 2018, and in Europe in March 2018.
8K is a revolutionary technology for ultra-high-definition images with 16 times the resolution of full-HD which could not be expressed with 4K images. The SHARP AQUOS 8K 70-inch LCD TV has a resolution of 7,680 × 4,320 pixels. It is equipped with aviation-grade aluminum alloy for the frames and mirror polishing.
It reproduces images at ultimate reality, with ultra-fine details even the naked eye cannot capture. Apart from displaying TV broadcasts and other media contents, 8K will dramatically impact many aspects of our lives: medicine, business, security, signage etc.
Sharp has been leading the industry by releasing 8K-related products in Japan. In October 2015, the company released an 85-inch 8K monitor using an 8K LCD panel, and the advanced wideband digital satellite broadcast receiver compatible with 8K ultra-high-definition (UHD) broadcasts in 2016, followed in June 2017 with the release of a 70-inch 8K monitor.
Sharp is eager to bring worldwide consumers the thrill of this revolutionary technology, and to this end, it is releasing the world’s first 8K TV in Japan and China, and the world’s first 8K displays in Taiwan and Europe.
Sharp is also complementing its 8K TVs by accelerating development of 8K broadcast receivers, 8K cameras, and other 8K products to lead the world by establishing an 8K Ecosystem.