High-definition television

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High Definition TV (HDTV) is a TV broadcasting system which uses HDTV resolution.

HDTV picture resolution is at least twice that of SDTV, so it can present a more vivid screen than analog TV.

HDTV can control resolution efficiently.

1440p (WQHD) and 1080p (FHD):

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