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What is HDR and why is so special about the Smart TV 4K
HDR is an acronym which now heads on a lot of the packaging of the Smart TV and smartphone. It is sufficient to cast a look in the electronic department of any mall, to note that in the advertising posters of many of the products next to the recognizable logo of the resolution Ultra HD 4K often there are also the three letters "HDR" - which are for high dynamic range. Well, then, represents a great leap forward for the use of video in the home, and for some of the well larger than the one of the highest resolution.

The so-called "high dynamic range" in practice, offers images of great impact, characterized by a better contrast, high brightness and colors more vibrant. A good example would be to imagine a walk in a forest, where occasionally among the foliage filters the light of the sun. In reality, we know that some areas may be very in the shade, and others that are almost blinding. The HDR can potentially transmit this experience vibrant, in conjunction with the resolution of Ultra HD 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels). In summary, the HDR enhances the effect of individual points (pixels) of a screen, the resolution instead is related to the number of points available.
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