Samsung’s new HDR10+ GAMING standard brings next-gen gaming performance to TVs, monitors

Today, Samsung announced its new HDR format—HDR10+ GAMING—to offer an immersive gaming experience on next-generation monitors and TVs. This format provides accurate HDR gameplay, up to 120Hz VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), and low latency. It will be launched at the South Korean firm’s CES 2022 keynote. HDR10+ GAMING will debut on select 4K and 8K […]

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Samsung announces various improvements to Tizen OS for smart TVs at SDC 21

Alongside improvements to Bixby, SmartThings, and Samsung Knox, Samsung also announced improvements to Tizen OS for smart TVs. During the ongoing Samsung Developer Conference 2021, the South Korean firm said it wants to consolidate its leadership in the TV segment with more intelligent software and deeper integration with its other services. Improved video calling, Samsung […]

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Samsung Premiere line launches with world’s first 4K HDR10+ projector

Samsung today launched The Premiere, a series of 4K Ultra Short Throw (UST) laser projectors and the world’s first such devices with HDR10+ certification. The series consists of the 130-inch LSP9T and the 120-inch LSP7T, both of which offer 4K resolution support, albeit only the former comes with HDR10+. What such a high-definition dynamic range […]

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More than 100 brands now support Samsung-led HDR10+ standard

Samsung co-developed the HDR10+ standard with 20th Century Fox and Panasonic a few years ago to compete with Dolby Vision. The South Korean firm has now announced that more than 100 brands have adopted HDR10+ in their products, ranging from smartphones and tablets to TVs and AV receivers.HDR10+ a technology that optimizes brightness and contrast […]

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Samsung partners with Watcha Play to expand its HDR10+ content

Samsung has announced a new partnership with Watcha in a bid to expand its HDR10+ content. The latter company launched the online video streaming service Watcha Play in 2016 and it grew in popularity partly due to having a monthly fee lower than Netflix.With this new collaboration, Samsung aims to deliver more HDR10+ content to […]

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