Samsung Partners with Amazon to Offer HDR 10 Plus Video Content

Samsung Partners with Amazon to Offer HDR 10 Plus Video Content

The South Korean tech giant, the largest TV vendor in the world Samsung Electronics have started HDR10 Plus content for the latter’s streaming service with Amazon.com. Samsung Partners with Amazon to Offer HDR 10 Plus Video Content

The company has announced that it will start streaming videos that use HDR 10 Plus capabilities via its premium TVs. HDR is a technology that shows bright areas brighter and dark areas darker by optimizing contrast ratio. At the same place, HDR10 Plus is the latest standard developed by Samsung.

Samsung Partners with Amazon to Offer HDR 10 Plus Video Content

Users of Samsung’s QLED and UHD TVs will be able to view content through the Amazon Prime Video streaming application starting 13 December.

Around 100 TV shows and movies including Amazon’s self-produced The Grand Tour, The Tick, and The Man in the High Castle, will be initially available with HDR 10 Plus standard. Additionally, according to the firm, they will plan to gradually move forward.

Furthermore, Samsung and Amazon announced the partnership in April. The two partnered for HDR10 back in 2015.

The company will also plan to start licensing institute that will offer a certificate and logo program for HDR10 Plus.

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