Samsung Elaborates HDR10 + Technology on Next Generation QLED 8K TVs

Introduced earlier this year at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, the Samsung 2020 QLED 8K TV series offered an impressive look to the future of TV technology with its first-class design, exceptional picture quality and advanced AI technology. The company shared a blog post today explaining how the new flagship TV was developed.

In addition to its dominant position in the smartphone industry, Samsung , which has an important share in the television market, carried the bar to a completely different point with the new generation QLED 8K TV series, which was released in CES 2020 last January .

Offering users an unprecedented home entertainment experience and smart home integration, 2020 QLED 8K TVs create an immersive viewing experience thanks to a 100 percent color volume that can create approximately 1 billion different colors on the screen.

Samsung's next-generation QLED 8K TVs have a screen / body ratio of almost 99 percent

Samsung's next-generation QLED 8K series also features HDR (High Dynamic Range) 10+ , an advanced version of HDR10 that uses dynamic metadata to maximize the contrast between the black level of each scene and the highest brightness on the screen

Optimizing brightness and contrast for every scene, the television is also powered by advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to empower audio, video and smart abilities . With a frame thickness of only 15 millimeters, the 2020 QLED 8K TV series offers the highest standard in this field, with a screen / body ratio of close to 99 percent.

Samsung QLED 8K TVs optimize brightness and contrast for any scene

Samsung Newsroom met with developers of Image Quality Solution Lab of Samsung Electronics' Visual Display Business to learn more about

HDR10 + technology and QLED 8K .

Previously SDR adopted (the standard Dynamic Range) standard of 100, indicating that nit low brightness level and a narrow color gamut offers Seonseok Kim HDR10 + With 1,000 nits's on the wide color gamut unimagined before the consumer brightness and said they offer color ranges .

The engineer team behind the new generation of QLED 8K TVs

Beomjoon Kim stated that the previous technology, HDR10, applies a single contrast range curve to the entire video, but HDR10 + technology can apply different contrast range curves by analyzing the average brightness, maximum brightness and data distribution.

Another name behind Samsung's next-generation QLED 8K TVs , Martin Junseob Kim, emphasizes that they are sure that different TV models with different brightness settings can provide the same screen experiences. Kim said that this is the biggest challenge they face when developing HDR technologies .

Youngwook Sohn stated that they are constantly working to provide realistic video experiences to users, “We always aim to create the best possible HDR quality for next-generation displays and provide unprecedented viewing experiences. We are ready to improve our HDR10 + technology based on the feedback of consumers and business partners ” .

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