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Sharp unveils new Aquos TV model.

Aquos Super Premium XU Series with 8K resolution.

Sharp has unveiled its newest model from the Aquos Super Premium XU Series with 8K resolution.

With this, the company is offering the "highest resolution among its whole Aquos TV line-up", according to a press statement.

The latest model in the XU Series further enhances the user experience by supporting the Android TV platform and is compatible with Netflix.

Sharp products are represented by Al Muftah Trading & Contracting Co in Qatar.

"The XU Series is able to facilitate an 8K Resolution by using Sharp's proprietary pixel splitting and Quattron technology, delivering four times greater resolution than any TV in the 4K category. Further, it has the world's first 8K up-conversion processor, which brings sensational close-to-reality picture quality," the statement notes. "Additionally, viewing experience is further enhanced by the introduction of original contrast technology in the form of Sharp's Ultra Dynamic Range Pro."

Watching movies, listening to music or playing games is now more convenient with Smart Remote, which allows consumers to directly "communicate" with the TV. This includes searching information on Google, searching for videos on YouTube and using applications from Google Play.

"You can take advantage of an array of Google-based content such as Google Voice Search, Android Gaming on the big screen, built-in Google Cast, etc. Sharp aims to offer customers an unparalleled television viewing experience," said Shogo Hara, managing director, Sharp Middle East.

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Publication:Gulf Times (Doha, Qatar)
Date:Aug 20, 2016
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