The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia is the sporting event with the greatest technological deployment in history, and among the most outstanding innovations that we will see during this World Cup is the broadcast of the matches live in Ultra High Definition 4K.
For the first time in the history of the World Cups, viewers will be able to watch the games in this technology, which offers images with the best resolution available in the market. And if we talk about Latin America, Mexico will be the only country that can enjoy the transmission in 4K, thanks to Hisense and Televisa.
This content will be available totally free by means of an application that will come preloaded on 4K Hisense screens. The app is exclusive to the brand, which means that Hisense TVs will be the only ones in the Mexican market where you can see all the details offered by the World Cup matches broadcast for this technology.
Announced during CES 2018, the application will not only allow you to watch the games in 4K but you can also repeat game plays in 37 different angles and you will have the possibility to watch up to 5 games live.
Among the devices on which you can enjoy the football world cup in 4K quality, and on a large scale, we mention the Hisense 2018 Model H9E Plus 4K UHD 65 inches, which comes with Android TV, HDR, and Google Assistant, and the smart TV Hisense 2017 Model H10 4K UHD, 75 inches.
But if you really want to go big and a regular TV is not enough, you can consider the Hisense Laser TV, with a screen of no less than 100 inches, and that is described as a new and surprising way for televisions to present images to through the projection. Powered by a DLP chip from Texas Instruments and with 4 million micro mirrors, you will get the detail and brightness of 8.3 million pixels. That is the true 4k Ultra HD resolution in any room in your home.
Hisense 4K UHD Smart TVs screens have 4K UHD certification. This certification, granted by the Consumer Technology Association, guarantees the consumer that the screen has a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 and more than eight million pixels of RGB color, which translates into images of sharpness, color depth and brightness, four times higher than that of Full HD technology.
In the United States, televisions will also come with the preloaded application and programming in 4K for the world can be seen through Fox Sports.