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Samsung and Panasonic 4K TVs to get HDR10+ support

29 August 2018 0

HDR10+ Technologies has announced that Samsung and Panasonic 4K TVs will be getting HDR10+ support. This support will be made available for both existing and new models where the former ones will be receiving a firmware update for the same. These will be the first HDR10+ certified devices in the market.

It further revealed that 20th Century Fox will be encoding new movies with HDR10+ technology. It means if you have a Samsung or Panasonic 4K TV, you will be able to get movies compatible with the tech and enjoy a better viewing experience. If you are wondering why only these three brands, then it is because HDR10+ Technologies is a joint venture among these three brands.

Danny Kaye, Executive Vice President of 20th Century Fox said,

"A standardized licensing process has allowed partners, including content creators, television and device manufacturers, to easily incorporate HDR10+ technology. We’re encouraged by the interest of early adopters and an expanded HDR10+ ecosystem that will improve the viewing experiences for all audiences.”

HDR10+ was introduced by Samsung last year in collaboration with Amazon Prime. The latter promised to release HDR10+ content during the late part of the year.



Samsung and Panasonic 4K TVs to get HDR10+ support
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