Name of the company-manufacturer.
Name of the series, which the model belongs to.
Designation of the model.
The year in which this model was announced.
Size class of the display as declared by the manufacturer. Often this is the rounded value of the actual size of the diagonal in inches.
|87.6 in (inches)|
Approximate diagonal size of the display. If the manufacturer does not provide such information, the diagonal is calculated from the width and height of the screen.
|2225 mm (millimeters)|
222.5 cm (centimeters)
87.5984 in (inches)
7.2999 ft (feet)
Approximate width of the display. If the manufacturer does not provide such information, the width is calculated from the diagonal and the aspect ratio.
|1939.26 mm (millimeters)|
193.926 cm (centimeters)
76.3486 in (inches)
6.3624 ft (feet)
Approximate height of the display. If the manufacturer does not provide such information, the height is calculated from the diagonal and the aspect ratio.
|1090.83 mm (millimeters)|
109.083 cm (centimeters)
42.9461 in (inches)
3.5788 ft (feet)
There are various panel technologies. Each has its own specific features - viewing angles, color reproduction, response time, brightness/contrast, production cost, etc. The image quality depends directly on the type of the display panel used.
|Panel bit depth|
The most widely used panels are those with 6, 8, and 10 bits for each of the RGB components of the pixel. They provide 18-, 24-, and 30-bit color, respectively.
Frame Rate Control (FRC) is a method, which allows the pixels to show more color tones. With quick cyclic switching between different color tones, an illusion for a new intermediate color tone is created. For example, by using FRC, a 6-bit display panel is able to show 16.7 millioin colors, which are typical for 8-bit display panels, and not the standard 262200 colors, instead. There are different FRC algorithms.
The maximum number of colors, which the display is able to reproduce, depends on the type of the panel in use and color enhancing technologies like FRC.
The ratio between the horizontal and the vertical side of the display. Some of the standard and widely used aspect ratios are 4:3, 5:4, 16:9 and 16:10.
Information about the number of pixels on the horizontal and vertical side of the screen. A higher resolution allows the display of a more detailed and of higher quality image.
|7680 x 4320 pixels|
The pixel pitch shows the distance from the centers of two neighboring pixels. In displays, which have a native resolution (the TFT ones, for example), the pixel pitch depends on the resolution and the size of the screen.
|0.253 mm (millimeters)|
0.0253 cm (centimeters)
0.0099 in (inches)
0.0008 ft (feet)
Information of the number of pixels in a unit of length. With the decrease of the display size and the increase of its resolution, the pixel density increases.
|101 ppi (pixels per inch)|
39 ppcm (pixels per centimeter)
The NTSC (1953) color space is introduced in 1953 by the FCC with the appearance of color television and has a wider gamut than the sRGB.
|95 % (percent)|
DCI P3 is a color space, introduced in 2007 by the SMPTE. It is used in digital cinema and has a much wider gamut than the sRGB.
|99 % (percent)|
Often even a higher peak luminance can be achieved under certain conditions. For example, when a smaller area/APL of the display is used for showing a bright object, when a bright object is displayed for a short time, etc.
|1000 cd/m² (candela per square meter)|
HDR expands the contrast ratio (peak luminance and minimal black levels) and color palette to achieve more details across the whole image - from the darkest parts to the brightest ones, which results in more realistic and life-like image.
|Horizontal viewing angle|
Information about the maximum horizontal viewing angle, within which the image on the screen is of acceptable quality.
|178 ° (degrees)|
|Vertical viewing angle|
Information about the maximum vertical viewing angle, within which the image on the screen is of acceptable quality.
|178 ° (degrees)|
|Vertical frequency (digital)|
The vertical frequency/refresh rate shows how many times in a second the image on the screen is refreshed.
|100 Hz / 120 Hz (hertz)|
|Processor brand name|
Brand name of the processor trademarked by the manufacturer.
|AI Picture Quality Engine 8K|
The system-on-chip (SoC) integrates different hardware components such as CPU, GPU, memory and others.
The main function of the processor (CPU) is to interpret and carry out instructions, thus allowing the functioning of the operating system and the software applications.
The software instructions are performed by the CPU cores. The higher number of cores allows for the parallel (simultaneous) processing of more instructions and achieving higher performance. There are various processors equipped with 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, and more cores.
The clock rate/frequency of the CPU is measured in megahertz (MHz) or gigahertz (GHz) and indicates its working speed. Within one cycle or tick the processor may perform a varied number of instructions.
|1800 MHz (megahertz)|
The GPU processes computer graphics calculations. It is actively used in games, video decoding/playing, user interface visualization and so on. Its parallel architecture allows for its usage in specific calculations, which are processed more effectively by the GPU than by the CPU.
|Arm Mali-G52 MC2|
Similar to the CPU, the GPU may have more than one core, which serve for the parallel computing of various tasks and achieving better performance with various software applications.
The clock rate/frequency of the contemporary GPUs is measured in megahertz (MHz) or gigahertz (GHz) and indicates their level of performance.
|800 MHz (megahertz)|
The random-access memory (RAM) is used by the operating system and the software applications installed. Usually, more RAM provides better performance.
|8.5 GB (gigabytes)|
There are different types of RAM and in the course of time they develop in parallel with the processors. Each consecutive RAM generation provides better performance via higher reading and writing speeds.
Information about the storage capacity, which is used for the operating system and for installing different applications, saving video, music, photos and other data.
|128 GB (gigabytes)|
1.6 TOPS AI processing unit
2x built-in MEMC chips
|Operating system (OS)|
The operating systems of the smart TV sets feature user interface technologies for navigation and other ways of interaction with the smart TV - installing applications, internet browsing, video calls, sharing content with other users, playing videos and music, etc.
The speaker is a device, which converts electrical audio signals into acoustic vibrations resulting in corresponding sounds.
|2 x 15 W (watts)|
4 x 15 W (watts)
The subwoofer is a type of loudspeaker used for the reproduction of low-pitched audio frequencies (20-300 Hz).
|1 x 25 W (watts)|
|Skyworth Audio Glass Sound|
Air Motion Transformer
Information whether the current model has a built-in camera or not.
Information about the maximum resolution of the photos taken with the camera.
|4032 x 3024 pixels|
12.19 MP (megapixels)
Information about the maximum resolution of the video shot with the camera.
|1920 x 1080 pixels|
2.07 MP (megapixels)
|3-axis rotation gimbal camera|
Aperture size - f/1.76
Pixel size - 1.55 μm
Information about the network technologies and standards supported by the model, which allow for it to connect to and communicate with other devices.
802.11a (IEEE 802.11a-1999)
802.11b (IEEE 802.11b-1999)
802.11g (IEEE 802.11g-2003)
802.11n (IEEE 802.11n-2009)
802.11ac (IEEE 802.11ac)
802.11ax (IEEE 802.11ax, Wi-Fi 6)
Information about the available connectivity ports, slots and interfaces such as USB, infrared port, SD card slot, audio/video and network interfaces, etc.
|1 x USB 2.0|
1 x USB 3.0
1 x Ethernet RJ45
1 x HDMI 2.0
2 x HDMI 2.1
1 x Cable/Antenna In
Information about additional software features, technologies, functions and services of the model.
|AI 8K Upscaling|
MEMC (Motion Estimation Motion Compensation)
Skyworth 30+ Image Quality Adjustment
SOBiF afterimage compensation technology