Samsung has announced that its premium 2018 QLED and UHD TVs have received HDR10+ certification.
Samsung also revealed that Warner Bros will start to creat HDR10+ compatible content which will be available later this hear.
“The introduction of the HDR10+ certification logo represents the groundwork that we are setting for the ultra-high picture quality TV market,” said Doochan Eum, Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “By making use of our leading technology and expertise, we will continue to extend our valuable partnerships while maintaining our commitment to providing consumers with best HDR content possible.”
Among Samsung’s notable HDR10+ partnerships, TP Vision, which oversees Philips TV development, manufacturing and marketing, will introduce HDR10+ to its entire lineup of 4K TVs next year, and V-Silicon (formerly Sigma Designs) will show a demo of HDR10+ in its private booth at IFA 2018.
You can find out more details about Samsung’s latest 4K TVs and also HDR 10+ over at their website at the link below.
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