Galaxy Tab S6 is the world’s first tablet with HDR10+ support
Samsung recently unveiled the Galaxy Tab S6, its flagship tablet for the year. It seriously ups Samsung’s tablet game with some new tech one of which is ultra-fast UFS 3.0 storage. Samsung also has a display certification for this flagship product that it would like you to know about. It points out that the Galaxy Tab S6 is the world’s first tablet to receive HDR10+ certification. This means that it can support next-generation HDR video.
This certification has been awarded to the Galaxy Tab S6 after extensive quality testing. This is the first time that the official HDR10+ logo certification has been applied to a tablet. HDR10+ is described as the next-generation open standard for high dynamic range video. It optimizes the brightness levels to provide a more immersive viewing experience.
Galaxy Tab S6 is the first tablet with HDR10+ certification
It’s a step up from static HDR10 which improved the color and contrast of video content. HDR10+ uses dynamic tone mapping that’s specific to each scene. This results in the settings being continuously fine-tuned so that the content plays with more vivid color and better light and shadow details.
The Galaxy Tab S6 features a 10.5-inch WQXGA Super AMOLED display. If there’s ever one certainty about a Samsung flagship it’s that the AMOLED display will be exceptional. Couple that with HDR10+ certification on the Galaxy Tab S6 and you’re got a formidable content consumption machine.
It’s far from the only device in Samsung’s ecosystem to have been awarded with the HDR10+ certification. The Galaxy S10 was actually the first device to support mobile HDR10+. The Galaxy Note 10 has also received the certification. The Galaxy Tab S6 will be available starting August 23 in select markets across the globe. Do check out our Galaxy Tab S6 hands-on if you’re interested in purchasing the device.