Samsung's 2022 TV and monitors will support its new HDR10 + Gaming standard

Samsungs 2022 TV and monitors will support its new HDR10

Samsung’s 2022 TVs and monitors will support the recently announced HDR10 + Gaming standard, the company announced. That means they deliver a number of features for gamers such as variable refresh rates (VRR) at up to 120Hz and automatic HDR color correction on a game-by-game basis.

The standard will be used by Samsung's 2022 Neo QLED line with the Q70 TV series and above, along with game monitors, the company said. It did not mention any models, but it did show a wide game display (below) and what could be a 2022 Neo QLED TV with very slim bezels.


HDR10 + Gaming slipped under the radar when it was first announced, but it seems to be a move to go against Dolby Vision HDR for games found on Xbox Series X / S consoles. Consistent HDR with no need for manual calibration across multiple display technologies for various access sources, including consoles, PCs and more, "Samsung said.

The idea with HDR10 + Gaming is that you do not need to use any manual options, as the game engine itself automatically capitalizes color in real time. It is designed to deliver detail in dark shadows and ambitions, while adjusting the display to "true reference" so that colors are displayed as intended by the developer. It also supports VRR at up to 120Hz along with tone mapping that does not add any additional latency to the game signal.

Similar to HDR10 +, however, the challenge for Samsung is forcing developers to adopt the standard for games. Dolby Vision gaming is already available or coming to over 100 games on the Xbox Series X / S, so Samsung has a bit of a catch to do. He said that "several companies, including Saber Interactive, are expected to showcase their HDR10 + Gaming titles" at CES 2022 (if it happens).

Samsung could make some progress with PC gaming, however, with Dolby Vision only available on a handful of PC titles. To help pave the way for HDR10 + PC games, Samsung announced that NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series, RTX 20 Series and GTX 16 Series GPUs will support HDR10 + with "registered" drivers for release in 2022. "

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