Tata Sky Plans to launch 4k Ultra HD Based set top boxes in India by early next year

Tata Sky will soon launch 4k UHD set top boxes in India by early next year, Tata Sky even showcased the first ever Live telecast with 4K technology on SONY SIX HD using a 4k set top box.

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup football match played between France & Germany telecasted on SD, HD and an (4k enabled) UltraHD television from Sony Electronics with live 4k feed of the football match on SONY SIX HD. The results were there for all to see. 4K at 8.3 Megapixels (3840×2160) has approximately four times the pixilation as 2K (1920×1080) the current HD standard, thus bring far greater clarity and more vivid colours on screen for viewers.

Tata Sky has always been a step ahead of the industry, with launches such as the HD PVR (Personal Video Recorder), Video-On-Demand (VOD) service, unique interactive services, Karaoke service and now the (4k enabled) UHD set top boxes in India.

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Dr. Himanshu Desai
November 20, 2016 10:37 pm 10:37 PM

Can TataSky also launch DTH TV remote with audiojack as Videocon has…or Roku has ?

Sandeep Pandya
June 8, 2015 8:22 am 8:22 AM
Pathetic Service from Tata Sky – No Signal since last more than 10 days.Following mail sent to nodal team but no response. Hi, As per SMS from your end, I had followed the steps for set top box replacement. 1) Tried to make Missed call as per given no. but your sms replied from your end states that I’ve to make call to Helpdesk, 2) I had made call & Request for replacement of set top box on 28/05/2015 & it was committed from your end that box will be replaced free of cost within 7 working days. 3) Till… Read more »

[…] Tata Sky has launched 4K set top box (STB) in India the set top box will be available for existing and new subscribers to enjoy the forthcoming Cricket matches in ultra HD 4k picture clarity. The launch plans were unveiled in July last year when Tata Sky showcased the first ever live FIFA World Cup Quarter final match in 4K. […]

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