Samsung HDR10+ displays are on the way. Samsung is one of the leading companies in the monitor and television industry. Recently, the company announced that it will support the HDR10 + on its new televisions. In this article, we cover this new announcement from Samsung.
HDR10+ is the advanced version of HDR10. This new standard makes certain settings automatically. It offers players a unique experience. The company said in a statement that it will offer HDR10 + support on Q70 and above QLED TV models. These models will be on the market in 2022. New Samsung gaming monitors will also support the HDR10+ standard.
Samsung HDR10+ Monitors Are On The Way. So What Is HDR10+?
HDR10+ is the advanced version of HDR10. This new standard, eliminates the need for users to manually adjust. HDR10+, which automatically adjusts the image, offers users a smooth HDR experience. To achieve this, HDR10+ runs a machine in the back. This machine makes adjustments such as color in real time. Colors and contrasts appear on the user’s screen as intended by the game developer. It will provide unmatched image quality, especially in dark shadows and bright areas. The HDR10+ standard supports VRR up to 120Hz. While providing this, it keeps the extra lag in the game to a minimum.
It is not enough for Samsung to announce the HDR10 + standard on its own. The company has to deal with game companies. The true value of this new standard will be revealed when HDR10+ support comes to games. Samsung continues to talk to game developers on this issue. The company is in talks with the American game developer firm, Saber Interactive. If we make a deal with the company, HDR10+ support may come out in games such as Redout 2 and Pinball FX. In this case, we can witness the capabilities of the HDR10+ standard at the CES 2022 event.