TV manufacturers are introducing various models and currently, two products that are becoming very popular with worldwide users are 50 inch4K Smart LED TV and 65 inch Smart TV. For some people, these terms are interchangeable, but they are different. Smart TV’s are essentially LED TV with additional features which normal LED TV’s don’t possess.
Comparing LED TV and Smart TV
A LED TV can be described as a flat panel display which uses an array of light-emitting diodes as pixels on the video display. In contrast, also known as CTV or connected TV, a Smart TV can be described as a traditional LED TV set with interactive Web 2.0 features and integrated internet that enable viewers to stream videos and music, view images, and browse the internet. A Smart TV can also be defined as a technological merging of the TV set, computers, and a set-top box.
Features of LED TV
- When compared to other kinds of TV technologies, LED TV technology offers a better contrast ratio, with the achievement of deeper blacks and brighter images.
- With this technology, the TV is slimmer when compared to LCD TVs.
- When compared to other kinds of TVs such as Plasma and CRT TVs, LED technology is more energy-efficient.
- When compared to other kinds of TV, this TV offers better viewing angles.
Features of Smart TV
- A Smart TV has a fast user interface that can be used easily and quickly get the desired result, since its running on an OS such as Android.
- A Smart TV can offer multiple video streams available online such as Amazon Prime, Netflix, CBS or Hulu, while simultaneously play you TV programs.
- A Smart TV also includes some popular apps for music streaming services such as TuneIn, Spotify, Pandora, and iHeartRadio.
- A Smart TV has an inbuilt media player that enables viewers to watch digital images, listen to audio, and watch videos on a big screen.
- A Smart TV has an in-built recommendation engine that offers a list of suggestions related to audio and videos.
The features of both Smart TV and 4K Smart LED TV, as well as the configuration of both TV models, are completely different. A Smart TV runs on an operating system and is WiFi-enabled, just like smartphones. This makes a Smart TV more versatile and more expensive than a traditional LED TV.