AQUOS LED TVs feature an advanced pixel structure for stunning contrast, with deeper blacks and whiter whites. On AQUOS HD series models, each pixel, a dot on the screen, is made up of three subpixels (red, green, and blue) that create the colors you see on the TV. They display shades of each individual color at varying levels of brightness.
Exclusive Quattron technology incorporates a fourth, yellow subpixel to the standard red, green and blue for 33% more subpixels than a standard Full HD TV—giving you a clearer, richer picture, and noticeably more detail and brightness.
By dividing each subpixel, Q+ increases the number of subpixels to 16 million—10 million more subpixels than standard Full HD. The highest resolution Full HD TV, Q+ gives you more detail, depth and color. And Q+ is built with Quattron technology, for a billion more shades of color.