When purchasing a LCD touch screen panel, resolution is a very important parameter. At this time, it involves HD, FHD, UHD, and different resolutions. But what is the difference between the three?
HD stands for "High Definition" which means High Definition.Simply put, HD is video with a resolution or pixels of 1280×720 or higher. In other words, 16:9 standard HD video has only two resolutions: 1280×720 (HD) and 1920*1080 (FHD).
FHD (Full High Definition)means full HD. In general, its resolution can reach 1920 * 1080. When your video source reaches 1080P, LCD TVs that support FHD resolution output can display it perfectly.
UHD stands for "Ultra HD", HD (High Definition HD), Full HD (Full HD) next-generation technology. The "Ultra High Definition UHD" standard issued by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) proposes that the display with a physical resolution of 3840×2160 (4K×2K) and above is called Ultra HD, which is the width and height of ordinary FullHD (1920×1080). Each is twice as large as four times the area, also known as 4K
UHD has a resolution of 3840*2160 and above, while FHD has a resolution of 1920*1080p. In terms of video clarity, UHD is at least 4 times higher than fhd. the difference between them is very intuitive and can be distinguished with the naked eye.
JFCVISION supplies and manufactures LCD touch screen panel that include HD, FHD, and UHD resolutions. If you need to buy a LCD touch screen panel, or need to know more about the LCD touch screen panel, welcome to contact us.
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