Which Samsung TVs Support HDR10+?

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What Is HDR10+?

HDR10+ is the next-generation HDR format that evolved from HDR10. The format can improve the dynamic range and color accuracy of content, allowing more depth and detail in the color space. While HDR10 provides “static metadata” for video streams, HDR10+ utilizes “dynamic” metadata allowing applications scene-by-scene and frame-by-frame.

Samsung TVs That Support HDR10+

The Samsung QLED and UHD 2020 Terrace (built for outside viewing), Samsung Sero (rotating screen), and Samsung Frame (wall picture TV) support HDR10+. In addition, all 2016 and newer Samsung UHD TVs have HDR10+ capabilities (a firmware update may be required).

How To Get HDR10+

To view HDR10+ you’ll need a TV that supports that format, a streaming media player or 4k Blu-ray player that can play HDR10+ (unless using a smart TV app that supports HDR10+), and content that contains HDR10+. HDR10+ can be found on Ultra HD Blu-ray Discs, streaming video, cable and satellite broadcasts, and video games.

What Shows & Movies Have HDR10+?

On 4k Blu-ray, movies such as Parasite, Wall•E, and the Edgar Wright Trilogy (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The World’s End) all support HDR10+. (View List) For streaming, Apple TV has a growing number of titles available with HDR10+ such as Alien, Abominable, Shrek, and X-Men: Dark Phoenix. (View List) In video games, early titles to adopt HDR10+ include Happy Trails, Pinball FX, and Redout 2.