The Japanese firm hasn’t yet revealed the name of the product but did indicate that it will be on exhibition from today the September 6 to September 11 at the world’s leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances and will feature a 120-inch display capable of 8K resolution LCD TV.
The TV is designed for use during pubic exhibitions like in museums and schools. The TV can remotely display ultra-clear videos and images of artworks. The exact size of the 5G TV wasn’t disclosed but it can broadcast 8K HDR content.
Sharp is expecting to build an 8K + 5G ecosystem which can transmit ultra-clear videos and images to end-users through 5G networks or upload them to the world wide web. Transmitting high-gamut 8K ultra-clear videos require at least 512Gbps of bandwidth that is senile, and only 5G can provide that type of speed.