Sharp unveiled its new line of 4K TVs at CES 2015, with prices starting around $750 for a 43-inch and ranging up to $6,000 for an 80-inch.
Among Sharp's upcoming TVs is the massive, 80-inch AQUOS 4K UHD TV, a television that uses Quattron and pixel-splitting technology to reach a near-8K resolution of 7680x4320. According to Sharp, that's 42 million subpixels more than the standard 4K resolution of 3840x2160, reports The Verge.
Even though video content that can effectively utilize the massive boost in resolution is rare, Sharp has included improved upscaling technology so 4K and 1080p content can still take advantage of all the extra pixels.
Sharp has also improved its traditional line of 4K TVs. The UB30, one of its cheapest sets, comes in 43, 50, 55, and 60-inches and starts at $750. The UE30 comes in the range of 60, 70, and 80-inches, while the UH30 only comes in 70 and 80-inches. The latter two models will run on the Android TV platform.