1280 x 720: 720p – High Definition (HD) 1920 x 1080: 1080p – Full HD (FHD) 3840 x 2160: 2160p – 4K Ultra HD 7680 × 4320: 4320p – 8K Ultra HD These are the most common resolution values we encounter in the devices we use in daily life. All of these resolutions are in 16: 9 format. While HD resolution devices are gradually decreasing, FHD and 4K devices are becoming common. Some brands have 5K models with 5120 x 2700 resolution. Models with 8K resolution are sold at very high prices. However, resolutions such as 1280 x 768, 1440 x 720, 2048 x 1080, 2560 x 1440 are also available. However, these resolutions are valid for some mobile phones and computers. They do not conform to the 16: 9 format and are not considered a basic resolution value.
As the screen resolution increases, the load on other components of the device such as the video card and processor will also increase. Therefore, all components of the device should be selected compatible with each other. In a device with low components, using a high resolution display can create performance issues. Quality perception may vary depending on the screen type used in the device. For example; some displays have pale colors, while others have more vibrant and brighter colors. Therefore, this quality perception has nothing to do with resolution. Today there are prototypes with 10K resolution. However, streaming in high resolution is still a big problem. The main reasons for this are that high resolution broadcasts take up too much space and the connection speeds are insufficient to meet these values. In addition, it is a fact that higher resolution values are not as attractive to people as before. However, if solutions are found to these problems in the future, the resolution values will continue to increase exponentially.