After the last Update and the issues it caused I have turned off Automatic Updates.
Just had a message asking me to allow a new update, I have declined update until I have more information.
Does anyone know what it is for ?
Does it work ?
Wtf does that even mean? What is HDMI 10? if its hdr10 they are basically saying HDR10+ doesn't even exist if its the same quality,Dolby vision is much higher quality than hdr10
Of course it is, LG oled has both dolby vision and dolby atmos.
Sooo disappointed!! I have been a Samsung customer for about 10-15 years, all my phones have been samsung, i have 3 samsung tv´s in my household, my fridge and freezer are samsung
But not anymore, from now on LG TV
"and he told me that the quality of HDMI 10 and 10+ is the same ."
Well, there you go. HDR10 and HDR10+ are..... NOT..... the same 10+ uses "dynamitc meta data", .... and HDR10 uses "static" meta data. There couldn't be a bigger difference. So you didn't get a proper answer.
once again MU2017 series were promised HDR10+ and never got it, don't give me wrong tv looks good but double vision from LG looks a lot better, i switched tvs and now i'm so happy with my OLED tv that has GSYNC, ALEXA, DOUBLE VISON/ATMOS, y can even mirror my iphone to it!!!, i used to like Samsung a lot, not anymore
A politician’s answer. Quality is subjective, and vague. There is a big difference in how the movie is seen, if the set is using, HDR10 or, HDR10+. I don't have to explain to you, since you, and most here, understand that difference, and it's a big difference, according all those who've reviewed the dynamic meta data in action.
One would think that Samsung being the inventor of HDR10+ its employees in charge of answering questions about its product would know about that big difference. Apparently not.
Agree with you 100%, We are joking around a little but there is a difference between HDR10 and HDR10+ the problem is the employe at the support, how the F do some people get there job
I, like you have been a Samsung customer for a long time. Phone, washer + dryer, TV, Fridge, etc, etc. I too am rethinking. You're not alone by any stretch of the imagination. Sometimes companies get so big they forget about their customers altogeter.
ST2084 is standard for all hdr (among which Samsung hdr10) and is displayed in gamma-options. Samsung has updated hdr10 to hdr10+ by adding dynamic metadata.
This update is based on Samsung application SMPTE ST 2094-40 Application #4.
(ST2094 knows 4 applications 2094-10 (dolby vision), 2094-20 (philips) , 2094-30 (technicolor) and 2094-40 (samsung)
This application will not be mentioned in the gamma-options.
Playing HLG , HDR10 , HDR10+ files on my tv is mentioned for each the same:
HDR and gamma ST2084.
Samsung has said, in press releases, that all 2017 UHD TV's will have, or do have HDR10+, and that their 2016 line up will be updated. It's been 2 years since those press releases and Samsung has gone quiet on the matter.
[All of Samsung’s 2017 UHD TVs, including its premium QLED TV lineup, support HDR10+. In the second half of this year, Samsung’s 2016 UHD TVs will gain HDR10+ support through a firmware update.
“As an advanced HDR10 technology, HDR10+ offers an unparalleled HDR viewing experience — vivid picture, better contrast and accurate colors — that brings HDR video to life,” said Kyoungwon Lim, Samsung’s visual display division VP. ]
So your guess is as good as ours.
I don't see how. Since the last firmware update has been discussed, and now long past, the discussion of promised firmware updates, in between updates, hardly seems inappropriate. When the next update comes out the contents can be discussed, and if the next one is still missing the HDR10+ promise that will undoubtedly be part of that discussion. Speaking about the HDR10+ promise isn’t excluding other aspects of any past or present update.