At the Emirates Stadium in late February, Trusted Reviews was one of the first publications to witness the “future of TV” – or at least what TV makers and broadcasters imagine the future will look like – and according to BT and Samsung, that future is 8K.
In a first for UK broadcasting, BT Sport broadcasted a live 8K stream of the Europa League match between Arsenal and Olympiacos to a Samsung 8K QLED in a private box.
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