Samsung and Panasonic have revealed that select TVs in their 2018 range are finally getting HDR10+ support, thanks to a firmware upgrade.
HDR10+ is an AV standard that’s been developed by some of tech and film’s heavy hitters – 20th Century Fox, Panasonic and Samsung. It is a direct rival to Dolby Vision, which offers similar HDR-quality, but content creators who want to use this technology have to pay a license fee. HDR10+ isn’t free but is a cheaper alternative.
We first heard about the technology back in April but it will be at IFA 2018 when we actually see it in action.