Samsung launches HDR10 + gaming monitor
Samsung launches HDR10 + gaming monitor

Samsung has announced that select 4K and 8K gaming TVs and monitors will support the new HDR10+ gaming standard in 2022, providing gamers with an immersive and ultra-responsive HDR gaming experience.

The HDR10+ gaming standard is an extension of HDR10, which is a game-oriented version, and can also be automatically calibrated. HDR10+ game was announced in October. But Samsung has now announced a lineup that supports the standard.

The new HDR gameplay will be revealed at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2022 with a range of 4K and 8K games, all powered by NVIDIA GPUs.

"We are very proud to announce that Samsung's 2022 Neo QLED TVs and Q70 gaming monitors will adopt the new HDR10+ gaming standard. This allows users to enjoy games with advanced visuals and a richer, more realistic visual effects experience," the company said.

As technology continues to evolve and introduce new and improved features and functions, Samsung will continue to invest in the user's visual experience. "

This new standard, based on HDR10+ technology, gives game developers the tools they need to provide gamers with an engaging and consistent HDR gaming experience. This can be done without manually calibrating different display technologies for different input sources (including platforms, computers, etc.).

The 2022 series of Samsung gaming monitors and TVs support the HDR10+ gaming standard by enabling automatic HDR calibration.

And automatic HDR calibration provides image quality that meets the requirements of game developers. This results in one of the most responsive and accurate gaming experiences ever.

Samsung supports HDR10 + . games

By eliminating the need for manual adjustments when the game is loaded, the game engine automatically optimizes the video game content in real time.

This function also provides detail in dark shadows and maintains bright brightness. This way, players can see and interact with everything on the screen.

In addition, the monitor is initialized in true reference mode. This provides better colors without the player having to spend more time with in-game settings.

Several game manufacturers are expected to present HDR10+ games at the upcoming CES 2022. Including Saber Interactive.

In addition, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 series GPUs support the HDR10+ gaming standard, and the driver is expected to be released in 2022.

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