WATCH: New Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Shoots Video With 4 Times More Pixels Than 1080P

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Unbox Therapy has released this video showing the new Samsung Galaxy Note 3’s 4K video mode. If you are unfamiliar with the terminology, here is a simple explanation:

1080P is 1920 by 1080 pixels. This comes out to a total of about 2 megapixels. That means that at any given time, you are seeing 2 million pixels on the screen.

4k is 3840 pixels by 2160 pixels. This comes out to about 8 megapixels. At any given time, you are seeing around 8 million pixels on the screen.

So, 4k has about 4 times total more visual information than 1080P! Unfortunately, your average television, computer screen, and device simply cannot display this as it doesn’t have enough pixels on this screen. However, if you are interested in having this kind of detail in your home, you can purchase a screen that displays 4k resolution on Amazon for a mere $700.’s Popular Social Posts
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