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As always, Evan dives into a subject to help all of us understand a particular issue. But in this case I must disagree with your perspective of what is “native” and what is not. I think for many of us, ”native” means the panel elements equals the content. Thus if the signal is 3840x2160 then for the device to be considered native it too must be 3840x2160. From my perspective Evan, you give indication that if a single mirror could move fast enough to paint a 4K image such as your spreadsheet example then the device is native 4K. Sure the image is displayed as 4K, but no amount of math, image processing or good marketing can change the fact the number of panel elements does not equal the image resolution.
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