What is progressive scanning and how does it work in TV?

    1. Progressive scanning refers to a pattern in which the TV screen refreshes and displays images.
    2. Like refresh rate, it is measured in hertz (Hz), while the time taken to display a new image or frame is measured in milliseconds.
    3. For example, if your display has a 120Hz progressive scan, it is refreshing the screen image 120 times per second.
    4. It is a crucial display factor especially when it comes to gaming.
    5. Fast-paced games such as FIFA on mobile are graphically intense and every image frame matters.
    6. It is not only important for gaming, but also for overall display including movies.
    7. Progressive scan works alongside the processor, and Graphics Processing Unit, among other factors.



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