The English term “Ultra HD” (abbreviation for Ultra High Definition) means completed and translated “extremely high resolution”. The term “Ultra” was chosen to make clear the higher quality compared to “Full” HD (1920 × 1080 pixels).
Screen resolution or image resolution is a colloquial measure of the image size of a raster graphic. It is indicated by the total number of pixels or the number of columns (width) and rows (height) of a raster graphic.
2K Ultra HD refers to a resolution of 2304 x 1296 pixels (aspect ratio 16:9) and corresponds to a resolution of 2.99K. In contrast to Full HD+ (2160 x 1080) this is a 22% higher resolution. Compared to Full HD (1920 x 1080) even 31%. The resolution has not yet been officially certified by the Consumer Technology Association (CEA) as it is mainly used in industrial camera systems.
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