Mar, 2022 - By SMI
Samsung launched their first-ever HDR10 plus gaming monitor.
The South Korean global electronics corporation, Samsung has released the new design of their first-ever HDR10 plus gaming display. The company has focused on its expanding gaming market. Gamers are welcoming this new design to upgrade the standards of the gaming experience. The regular gaming platforms will be calibrated automatically on HDR10 plus gaming display. The HDR10 plus gaming standard was supposed to launch in October. Since the company decided to reveal this product at the upcoming CES 2022 expo. These gaming monitors can support the QLED TV standards.
To develop the new showcase of the gaming monitor, Samsung had collaborated with Saber Interactive to build a supportive platform for HDR10 plus. By using this platform, the gaming display can support Pinball FX and Redout 2. These games are also been showcased at the expo. Along with that, the Game Mechanic Studios are also planning to release their new games named, “Happy Trails and the Kidnapped Princess on the floor” at the expo.
Samsung has also developed its gaming platforms to support the HDR10 plus monitor. To compete with those games, Dolby Vision Gaming company is launching Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Gears 5, and Halo Infinite. These games are also supposed to support the HDR10 plus standards. The gaming platforms of the Dolby Vision Gaming company are originally supposed to collaborate with Xbox S and X series.
The improvised version of the gaming monitor has better graphical metadata compared with usual HDR10 monitors. This version provides four times better quality of brightness and supports variable refresh rate along with auto low latency mode. All of these upgrades provide gamers with better visuals and stunning graphics for gaming. The company also said that the monitor also supports 120 Hz gaming standards.
Along with Samsung, the LG has also announced the release of their new G1 and C1 OLED monitors. The company is focused on the better experience of HDR10 plus to compete with Dolby Vision. The gamers are supposed to take a look at this monitor at the upcoming CES 2022.
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