The number of times the display can refresh an image in a second is referred to as a TV’s refresh rate. Native refresh rates of 60 Hz or 120 Hz are normally the most prevalent on the market, and higher refresh rates result in less blurriness and better video creation.
Edge-lit displays have LED lights that run around the edge of the screen, whereas full-array displays have LED lights scattered throughout. As the illumination becomes more direct, this design makes the lighting management in a Full Array more targeted and in-depth. In contrast, an Edge-Lit display’s illumination around the sides illuminates the entire display, which can
HDR (high dynamic range), on the other hand, refers to the quality of the pixel’s brightness, contrast, and colour. HDTV and UHD refer to the pixel density of a screen. You can anticipate increased realism, improved picture quality, and a contrast between the screen’s highlights and shadows when a display employs HDR technology.