Television resolution is a measurement of how many pixels are displayed on a screen. The resolution of a television determines the quality of the image and can be important when watching smaller details. Higher resolutions will show more detail than lower resolutions – although the difference might not be obvious to the average viewer.
Resolution can be expressed as the number of horizontal pixels (in other words, the width) and vertical pixels (the height). Common TV resolution standards are: SD, HD, 1080p and 4K. Understanding how these different measures impact your viewing experience can help you find the right TV for your budget and needs.
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