Question

Does my TV have an Ultra HD label, and how do I recognize this?

Answer

The Ultra HD label (see below) informs you that your TV is compatible with all major sources of Ultra HD content,
and that it will be able to display this content in a full native Ultra HD format.
Ultra HD display devices have a much greater concentration of pixels than earlier models. 
With 3840 x 2160 pixels, the new screens are four times more detailed than HD screens which have 1920 x 1080 pixels. 
The 8 million pixels of Ultra HD allow images with a depth and clarity never achieved until now to be displayed. 
The Ultra HD label ensures you that the ultra HD content from ultra HD sources is displayed in proper, full ultra HD resolution.

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