This feature is coming fast to the new versions of Samsung’s QLED TVs.
It is not yet known right now if this new feature will be introduced in the Samsung TVs that are already released and are being used in homes. But the HDR10+ adaptability feature is coming in the new Samsung QLED TVs nonetheless. These new TVs will have optimized TV picture by comparing itself to the brightness of the room. Samsung said that the HDR content’s main purpose is to look the very best in rooms that are dark, where the least amount of ambient light exists. Therefore, this new feature will have light sensors that will automatically adjusts itself based on the brightness of the room. Samsung further said that this feature will arrive very soon on their new QLED TVs.
Samsung also said that the new feature HDR10+ will be able to work in the “filmmaker mode”, which cancels the effects of smoothing in a video in order to show a much sharper and crispier video quality. When one compares the HDR10+ with Dolby Vision, which is a feature that does the same thing as Samsung’s HDR10+ adaptability feature, the HDR10+ is not that popular and it is not supported by numerous streaming services but Samsung has got its back, which is the biggest TV manufacturer in the world, and also has the backing of Amazon’s streaming service which is Amazon Prime. Both these companies announced the HDR10+ standard a few years back. While Dolby Vision is backed up by Sony and LG, and the content that is backing Dolby Vision can be found on Netflix as well as Disney Plus.
All that is 100% known as of now is that the new QLED TVs of Samsung will support the HDR10+ adaptability feature, and the thing that is a maybe is that no one knows if the current TVs will get this feature as an update.