A Widescreen 4K SUHD TV is a type of television that is designed to display high-definition video in a widescreen format with a resolution of 4K, which is also known as Ultra High Definition (UHD). 4K resolution refers to the number of pixels on the screen, with 4K TVs having a resolution of approximately 3840 x 2160 pixels. This provides a higher level of detail and clarity than traditional high-definition TVs, which have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
SUHD is a term used by some manufacturers to refer to TVs with certain advanced features such as high dynamic range (HDR), which can provide greater contrast and more realistic colors. These TVs may also have other features such as curved screens, thin bezels, and smart capabilities that allow them to connect to the internet and run apps.
Widescreen TVs are designed with a wider aspect ratio than traditional TVs, which allows them to display movies and other content in a format that is closer to the original aspect ratio of the content. This can provide a more immersive viewing experience and help to reduce the black bars that often appear on the top and bottom of the screen when viewing content that is not in the same aspect ratio as the TV.