- News tagged "sharp"
Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015
Smartphones are entering some kind of a pixel war and Sharp has fired the latest salvo. It has just announced that it has a 5.5-inch IGZO display capable of offering 4K resolution.
Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
Through clever splitting and sharing of pixels, which result in way more sub-pixels than usual, Sharp says its Aquos Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV offers better image quality than all the other 4K sets out there.
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Sharp is also at CES 2014 to announce its TV lineup for the year. Besides 4K TVs, the company also unveiled a full HD TV that's capable of playing 4K UHD content well because it has 10 million more subpixels than regular 1080p TV sets.
Thursday, 11 Jul 2013
Apple is rumored to be making a switch to using IGZO displays for the iPad and MacBook. This is according to Patently Apple who said the move by the company was to reduce power consumption of these devices.
Friday, 8 Mar 2013
Korean CE giant Samsung Electronics has agreed to invest about US$111 million in Sharp. In return, the former will be allocated about 35.8 million new shares, which equates to 3.08% of the voting rights in the struggling Japanese company.
Tuesday, 8 Jan 2013
Sharp shows off its Ultra HD technology in two lines of Ultra HD TVs that will be introduced this year, the next-gen Quattron technology and 8K resolution at CES 2013.
Sharp today unveiled 21 60-inch and above TV models (6-, 7-, 8-Series) as part of its new lineup of AQUOS LED TVs at CES 2013.
Wednesday, 12 Dec 2012
To recover from recent losses, Japanese TV giants, namely Panasonic, Sony, and Sharp, are hawking out US$3 billion worth in assets in a last-ditch attempt to turn the tide.
Monday, 26 Nov 2012
DisplaySearch's latest Quarterly Global TV Shipment and Forecast report reveals only two out of the top five television brands scored positive year-on-year growth in worldwide flat-panel television revenues for the third quarter of 2012.
Monday, 5 Nov 2012
Sony, Panasonic, and Sharp suffer massive losses with regards to their TV businesses. Reasons were attributed to plunging costs of flat-screen TVs worldwide, a robust Yen, as well as growing competition from South Korean rivals like LG Electronics and Samsung.