Ultra High Definition Televisions or UHD TVs are also referred to as 4K Television, the 4K name is derived from a horizontal resolution of approximately 4,000 Pixels, this can sometimes be 3840x2160 or 4096 x 2160, this gives a UHD Television a resolution of anywhere from 8.2Million to 8.8Million Pixels, Resulting in an extremely fine image allowing bigger screens to be viewed from closer distances without images appearing distorted.
Ultra HD televisions, also known as 4K televisions, typically offer higher refresh rates than standard HD televisions. This higher refresh rate results in smoother motion and reduced motion blur, enhancing the viewing experience, especially for fast-moving content like sports or action movies. However, it's essential to check the specific refresh rate specifications of the television model, as they can vary among different manufacturers and models.
HDR, or High Dynamic Range, on Ultra HD televisions refers to a technology that enhances the contrast and color range of images, resulting in more vibrant and lifelike visuals.