I asked on StackExchange for where can I ask a question about interpolation value on a TV that I want to buy, and an answer pointed me to this site.
My question (with all the details) is this:
I want to buy this Medion TV that I looked up online. There are no shops where I can check it live, so I compared it to a Sony TV that I saw and really liked at an electronic shop in my city, using this website: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/9bfead8b9
At the frame interpolation section the Medion shows an interpolation value of 1200, whereas Sony shows 800. Sony shows a vertical frequency(digital) of 120Hz, and Medion shows 60Hz. So now I am a bit confused. Googling interpolation value shows that it's proportional to frequency. So I don't understand why Medion has a higher interpolation value than Sony, when Medion's frequency is lower.
What does interpolation value actually mean?
Is this question okay to ask for this site?