HDR10+ GAMING Support Coming to Samsung TVs and Monitors
Samsung plans to provide a smooth gaming experience for users by offering HDR10+ GAMING support on some TV and player monitors that it will introduce in 2022.
Samsung has announced that some 4K and 8K TVs and player monitors that it will introduce in 2022 will have HDR10+ GAMING support. The company said that this way, they will provide users with an immersive and ultra-fast HDR gaming experience.
HDR10+ GAMING on Samsung TVs and Monitors
Shown as a competitor to Dolby Vision on Xbox Series X/S, HDR10+ GAMING is built on three pillars: VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) up to 120 Hz, low latency, and automatic HDR calibration.
Samsung about the new standard: “This new standard gives game developers the tools they need to provide gamers with an engaging and consistent HDR gaming experience without the need for manual calibration across a variety of display technologies for a variety of input sources, including consoles, PCs and more. ” made statements.
Samsung has announced that HDR10+ GAMING will be supported by the company’s 2022 Neo QLED series and Q70 TV series and higher as well as gaming monitors. In addition, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series, RTX 20 Series and GTX 16 Series GPUs will support the HDR10+ GAMING standard in 2022.
Samsung expects several gaming companies, including Saber Interactive and Game Mechanic Studios, to showcase HDR10+ GAMING games at CES 2022.