Samsung’s 2018 UHD and QLED TVs Receive HDR10+ Certification

Samsung has received official HDR10+ certification for its 2018 Ultra HD and QLED TVs. The company says that HDR10+ technology allows HDR TVs to produce brighter highlights and darker darks for additional depth and realism. The HDR10+ certification programme creates a foundation that provides viewers with an enhanced viewing experience while also developing a range of plans to extend the HDR10+ ecosystem.

Of Samsung’s HDR10+ partners, TP Vision, which oversees Philips’ TV development, manufacturing and marketing, will introduce HDR10+ to its entire lineup of UHD TVs next year, and V-Silicon (formerly Sigma Designs) will show a demo of HDR10+ at IFA 2018.

Warner Bros will also start creating HDR10+ content, which will be available for home distribution later this year. In addition to that, Samsung has partnered with Twentieth Century Fox to standardise the HDR10+ licensing process. Fox is currently exploring several titles for release and plans to announce their availability in the coming weeks.