Sony Planning On ‘Ultra HD’ 4K Resolution For PlayStation 4 – Report
PS3’s next-gen console successor is set to support increased-definiton 4K resolutions according to a new report.
The news comes from BGR, which claims a source has confirmed the PS4 feature as part of Sony’s wider push of ultra-definition across its consumer products – much like it did with HD, and then 3D.
Sony has the 80-inch 4K XBR LED TV in the works and already offers affordable 4K Blu-ray players.
4K resolutions can reach up to 4096×3112 pixels, though the widescreen TV aspect ratio makes 4096×1714 more likely for home displays.
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