There are actually quite a few TV screens on the market that offer 8K or 7680 x 4320 pixels resolution for displaying images. In practical terms, this means that TVs use up to 33 million illuminated pixels to display images, which of course contributes to the crystal clear images. Undoubtedly, the fact that we do not find lighting “from the back” with these TVs, as is usually the case with classic LED TVs, which therefore offer much lower image quality, also helps.
However, they at Hisense are determined to outperform the competition with new 8K TVs, as they meet and exceed industry standards for measuring true 8K resolution. For this purpose, they developed an advanced processor Hi-View HV8107. The novelty is made with the help of 22nm technology and has a very powerful NPU. The capacity of the latter can reach 1.2 billion FLOPs at full load.
With the help of Hisense Hi-View HV8107 processor, TV manufacturers will be able to offer high-quality products to end users. This is a TV that can draw 8K images at an average frequency of 120 frames per second. The first TVs equipped with the Hisense Hi-View HV8107 processor are expected to go on sale later this year. This would, of course, be for high-end TVs.