What's going to happen is 1440p is going to be the new 720p when 2160p (4K) goes full force.
So we aren't going to see any 1440p movies for a long time.
- 6.1 nHD (640×360)
- 6.2 qHD (960×540)
- 6.3 HD (1280×720)
- 6.4 FHD (1920×1080)
- 6.5 QHD (2560×1440)
- 6.6 WQXGA+ (3200x1800)
- 6.7 UHD (4K) (3840×2160)
- 6.8 UHD (8K) (7680×4320)
640x360 doubled is 1280x720. 1280x720 doubled is 2560x1440.
960x540 doubled is 1920x1080. 1920x1080 doubled is 3840x2160.
So you can see right there that 1440p is the new 720p.
I can only assume 7680x4320 will be the 3rd generation 720p.
Meanwhile if I'm right, we're all buying next gen 720p monitors and then we're all gonna be boned when 3840x2160 monitors come out and stay the standard for years -___________-
Although this is true it does not address that fact that wide area networks are not quite ready for media to be having a 4x hick in data size.