Probably not, because the chips used are not made for very high resolution video and audio. The Pi's were started as a way of teaching school kids about using a small board computer to control stuff like robots, etc. They were not made to be used as a graphics workstation or UHD resolution.
Ren: Now listen, Cadet. I've got a job for you. See this button? Ren: Don't touch it! It's the History Eraser button, you fool! Stimpy: So what'll happen? Ren: That's just it. We don't know. Maybe something bad, maybe something good.