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Resolution name
Horizontal x vertical pixels
Other names
UHD
3,840x2,160
4K, Ultra HD, Ultra-High Definition
2K
2,048x[unspecified]
none
WUXGA
1,920x1,200
Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array
1080p
1,920x1,080
Full HD, FHD, HD, High Definition

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