Yes, the Sharp LC-80LE642U has the AQUOS UV2A Full Array LED panel with 120Hz refresh and 4,000,000:1 contrast. The same panel technology is used in LC-90LE657U. The UV2A stands for ultraviolet-induced multi-domain vertical alignment, which is a manufacturing method in which UV light is used for precision control of liquid crystal molecules to ensure uniform alignment in specific directions. The benefit is up to 25% better contrast (5,000,000:1) and less motion blur. Although Sharp's choice of the semi-matte finish "ate" a whooping 1,000,000:1 in contrast. Sadly, at this time Sharp is following the competition-driven and sales-backed highest possible contrast strategy. They apparently believe that large contrast number on the spec sheet makes sales. So nearly all finishes are glossy now. The LC-80LE642U is one of the last outgoing semi-matte screens.