Sharp today announced the launch of its first line of Ultra HD TVs in Europe. This is the series UD20. It is available in two models of wide diagonal 60 inch (LC-60UD20) and 70 inches (LC-70UD20).
Both TVs reproduce images of 3840 x 2160 pixels. They are THX certified 4K. Sharp has introduced a new LED backlight system for this series for the expansion of the color spectrum. We're talking about a 23% wider spectrum than traditional HD TV. Both models also benefit from a Ultra HD upscaler and a sound amplifier Yamaha AudioEngine signed. It includes a brushed aluminum frame 10mm only.
This is of course connected TVs. They access the Smart TV portal Aquos Net + composed of different applications such as YouTube or Netflix. A free application called Aquos Remote Lite lets players take control of two monitors from a smartphone or tablet. Speech recognition is permitted for holders of mobile devices running Android.
Beyond these main features, know that the series is Miracast UD20 and DLNA support. It comes with three HDMI 2.0 inputs compatible with the Ultra HD and 60 frames per second signals.
The UD20 series of Ultra Sharp HDTVs will be available from dealers in the month of September 2014, the recommended of € 2,999 for the LC-60UD20 model (60 ", 152 cm) price, and € 3,999 for the LC model -70UD20 (70 ", 177 cm).