A CDE Definition
The ability to generate 32,768 colors (15 bits) or 65,536 colors (16-bit). 15-bit color uses five bits for each red, green and blue pixel. The 16th bit may be a color, such as XGA with 5-red, 6-green and 5-blue, or be an overlay bit that selects pixels to display over video input. See true color.
(1) Specifically, "True Color" refers to 16,777,216 colors in a display system. See 24-bit color.
(2) Generically, "true color" refers to photo-realistic color.
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