There is something on the market television screens, which offer a resolution of 8K or 7.680 x 4.320 pixels for displaying images. This in practice means that these images use 33 million illuminated pixels to display images, which, of course, contributes to a crystal clear image display. This is undoubtedly contributed by the fact that these televisions do not find "back" lighting, as is usual for conventional LED TVs, which, in turn, offer far less quality imaging.
Currently, in the resolution of 8K television content is shown only by the Japanese local state television NHK. For the first time in the world, it has started broadcasting a hybrid satellite television channel, which displays content in both 4K and 8K respectively 7.680×3,320 pixels. The aforementioned satellite television channel broadcasts 12 hours a day, and their Super Hi-Vision format, in addition to video content with a resolution of 8K, also allows the transmission of standard sounds as high as 22.2 and an average frequency of 120 frames per second. In the future, the image preview will increase to as many as 240 frames per second.
Despite the fact that the resolution of 8K did not even come to life, Sony went a step further, setting up a first TV with an impressive 16K resolution or 15.360 x 8.640 pixels, which in practice means 132.7 million pixels or 16- times more than found in 4K screens. Of course, the new Sony TV is still in size, as it measures up to 19.2 meters in length and 5.4 meters in height. At Sony, a documentary about nature was broadcast on the news for the presentation, with the film filmed in a resolution of 8K and converted to a resolution of 16K. A special algorithm was used to replace the missing points on the screen.