Sharp has developed a line-up of 3D TVs, which is expected to launch in the UK this autumn.
Sharp describes the new models as being the ‘world’s first four-primary-colour 3D LCDs’.
This suggests that the TVs are likely to feature the Sharp Quattron technology that was described in Sharp’s Spring 2010 TV announcement.
3D TV brightness
Sharp has pointed out that due to the current necessity of wearing 3D glasses to watch a 3D TV, the image needs to be brighter.
The company claims that its 3D TVs will display images that are 1.8 times brighter than a conventional display, when showing 3D content.
Find out more about this summer’s 3D TV announcements
Which? will be testing 3D TVs from LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony this summer when the products come to market.
You can find out more about 3D TVs coming from these manufacturers in our TV brands overview report.
For full lab-based test result and reviews of hundreds of 2D TVs, check out our LCD and plasma TV reviews.
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