Galaxy S8 Mobile HDR Premium certification promises a vivid viewing experience


Last updated: March 29th, 2017 at 22:32 UTC+01:00

HDR or High Dynamic Range is all the rage these days, popping up on devices like TVs and gaming consoles. Without getting too technical, HDR basically promises a more vivid viewing experience with colors that pop to provide a more true-to-life experience. You obviously need compatible content and display to take advantage of HDR.

Samsung pointed out during its presentation today that the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have been awarded the Mobile HDR Premium certification by the UHD alliance. This certification signifies the ability of the Galaxy S8’s impressive Infinity Display to support HDR content.

The company has inked partnerships with the likes of Amazon Video and others to bring their HDR content to its latest flagship device. More information about these content partnerships will be provided once the handset goes on sale next month.

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