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2022 Samsung TVs, monitors to release with HDR10+ Gaming standard

24 December 2021 0

Samsung has announced that its select TVs and monitors will start offering the HDR10+ Gaming standard next year. This new HDR10+ version is specifically meant for gaming needs and was originally unveiled in October 2021. It will bring a host of features for gamers like automatic HDR settings adjustments, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) up to 120Hz, and low latency.

The way things work now, gamers have to do manual calibration if they wish to experience HDR gaming. These settings tend to differ depending on display technologies and input sources. It means even if the user has calibrated it once, they will need to do it again if they make any change to the setup. And all of this needs to be done for each game they want to play.

HDR10+ Gaming is claimed to take care of the whole calibration process automatically. Samsung has plans to demonstrate the standard at CES 2022 through Redout 2 and Pinball FX in partnership with Saber Interactive. There will be one more title from Game Mechanics Studios called Happy Trails and the Kidnapped Princess.

The official announcement says,

"The game engine automatically optimizes video game content in real-time. This feature ensures details in the dark shadows and preserves the brightest highlights so that gamers can see and react to everything on the screen. It also configures the display to “true reference mode”, providing better color, also without the need for gamers to spend additional time with game settings."

While automatic HDR calibration is encouraging for gamers, they will still need to have the complete setup ready in order to take advantage of HDR10+ Gaming. It includes having a 2022 4K/8K Samsung TV or gaming monitor compatible with the tech. The graphics card should be a part of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series, RTX 20 Series, or GTX 16 Series. And lastly, the game should also support the new standard.



2022 Samsung TVs, monitors to release with HDR10+ Gaming standard
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