We already know that Facebook want’s to focus on the video, but to grow its service, it must be with better quality. That’s why Facebook has begun testing 4K video streaming.

This will be a YouTube-like option where the users will be able to choose in what quality to watch the video.The company is testing the 2160p Ultra-High-Definiton Television standard that will allow uploading and watching 4K videos.

One of the legitimate reasons for Facebook to test a higher quality for the video is also the Watch section dedicated to the original Facebook productions, including the National Geographic show with Mike Rowe.

Facebook currently allows video resolutions up to 1080p quality and file sizes up to 10GB. The company recently confirmed to TechCrunch that it has been testing 4K uploads and video viewing, even allowing some pages and profiles to upload and access the format in the 2160p UHD.

John GreenFACEBOOKTECH NEWSfacebookWe already know that Facebook want's to focus on the video, but to grow its service, it must be with better quality. That's why Facebook has begun testing 4K video streaming. This will be a YouTube-like option where the users will be able to choose in what quality to watch...