And surely I mean a 80" 4k resolution Ultra HDTV. With the recent announcement of Tegra 4 it became clear that it was going to support a maximum monitor output resolution of 3820×2160 (4K). More after the break.
Well, to put the icing on top of the cake ever at a Mobile Exhibition (MWC) in Barcelona they are showing off Tegra 4 on a nice 80" 4K Display.
The big problem with these resolutions is simple, there is no support or content for it. 4K Ultra HD TV is a thing of beauty alright, when you look at such a screen, it's more like looking out a window — the images are that real. however 4K content has yet to arrive.
Tegra 4 (codename Wayne) will be a quad-core Cortex-A15 (with a fifth, low-power companion core), with a 72-core GPU — six times more than Tegra 3.The Tegra 4 SoC would get a six-fold of graphics processing power compared to the current generation, 72 Shader processors. It doesn't stop there though. Tegra 4 will apparently be capable of outputting 1080p @ 120Hz, full hardware encode/decode for video up to 2560×1440 (1440p), and a maximum output resolution of 3820×2160 (4K).
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