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True Color - Definition

True Color refers to 16.7 million colors on a monitor that has at least 24-bit graphics divided among the 3 primary colors, red, green and blue (RGB). Each color is allocated 8 bits, which translates into 256 different possible hues of red, 256 hues of green and 256 hues of blue. Since each color is independent of the other, this leads to 16.7 million possible colors (256 x 256 x 256), which has a greater resolution than a human eye and hence is considered to lead to accurate and true colors.


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