There's even a logo to reassure customers. Only another move was taken by the tech sector to nail down the 8 K TV specs.
The Association of Consumer Technology has announced the formal screen definition for 8 K displays, including the use of a TV logo.
Any model requires to display at a minimum resolution of 7,680x 4,320, support 24, 30 and 60 frames per second, generate 10-bit image, assist important HDR features, and use content security at HDCP 2.2 levels. Any video must also be upscale to 8K.
On January 1st, 2020, devices can begin using the logo.
When early 8 K TVs already fulfill the specification, the concept is not a fantastic stretch. To some extent, this is a formality.
However, it sets basic standards for what 8 K televisions can do. You shouldn't have to fear that the main specs will be shortened by a specified display, and you could see more products interested in all 8 K than in 2019.