They both have Moth-eye panels and the Aquos 4K-Master Engine Pro HD engineAnother day, another announcement about ultra high-definition television sets. Actually, this is the second one today.
Quite a feat for a product type that is still making its first strides into the world.
Anyway, Sharp has just released two new UHD TVs in Japan, called LC-70UD1 and LC-60UD1.
The former measures 70 inches in diagonal, while the latter is 60 inches wide. That much can be guessed from the names even.
For those who've forgotten what 4K stands for, the UHD TVs have a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
That said, besides the 4K "Moth-eye" panels, Sharp also gave its displays the Aquos 4K-Master Engine Pro HD upconversion engine, 3D support, and 2.1 channel THX surround sound.
Sales will start at some point in the second half of the year for 850,000 yen ($8,290 / €6,442) and 650,000 yen ($6,335 / €4923).