Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is the first tablet to support HDR10+


Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

The new Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 was announced recently and now it has been revealed that the tablet is the world’s first tablet to receive HDR10+ certification.

We normally associate HDR10+ with 4K TVs and not tablets, the tablet is capable of supporting the next generation HDR video.

The Galaxy Tab S6 has achieved the esteemed HDR10+ certification after extensive quality testing, marking the first time the official HDR10+ logo certification standard has been applied to a tablet. The next-generation open standard for HDR video, HDR10+ optimizes brightness levels to deliver a truly immersive viewing experience, letting users enjoy content exactly as a creator intended it to be seen.

An HDR10+ certification makes for a truly immersive viewing experience, and combined with the Galaxy Tab S6’s Super AMOLED display, plus AKG and Dolby Atmos® sound, users are able to live and breathe the action when enjoying their favorite media, viewing their creative portfolio or catching up on their favorite television shows. With the Galaxy Tab S6, users can enjoy their favorite content in HDR10+ from Amazon Prime Video in stunning, state-of-the-art detail, just as it was intended to be seen.

You can find out more details about the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 tablet and HDR10+ over at Samsung at the link below.

Source Samsung, Sammobile

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