HDR 1000

Extreme contrast, with detailed shadows and highlights
in HDR movie content.1

In order to see the world as it is, you need the world on your TV screen to be expressed with accurate colours and in a huge range of shades. But you also need to be able to see all the details in an image, from the delicate wisps of a cloud to subtle movements within the darkest corner of a cave. Because, after all, life is in the details.

That’s where HDR comes in.

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and it increases the range of luminance levels so that images display with the whitest whites and the blackest blacks. HDR screens let you see the extremes of light and dark in HDR movie content, without compromising on detail in either the deepest shadows or brightest highlights1.

But not all HDR TVs are created equal. You want one that achieves high levels of brightness, and this is where HDR 1000 technology in SUHD TV really shines.

With peak brightness up to 1000 nits from HDR 1000, images can be stunningly bright and superbly detailed.



Explore the stories behind and around the Samsung TV & Sound. You might be surprised to find that reading about home entertainment can be as fun as watching it.

  • 4K Ultra HD TVs explained

    4K Ultra HD explained

    Made for the cinema, and now available for the home, 4K Ultra HD sets new standards for picture detail.<

    Read More
  • Smart View

    Enhance your TV's sound

    Outstanding audio completes your entertainment experience.

    Read More
  • Share it around

    Play content from compatible small screen devices to Samsung Smart TV, and from the big screen to the small!^

    Read More
    Share it around
  • Watch catch-up TV

    Search and watch great catch-up and free-to-air TV shows with FreeviewPlus on compatible Samsung Smart TVs.~

    Read More
    Watching catch-up TV

Screen and product images simulated.

  1. Only available on HDR content. HDR content to be available in Australia from May 2016.  

* Based on a Domestic non-stop, return economy Reward Seat. T&Cs apply. Offer available 9:00 AEST on 14 September 2016 and closes 11:59 AEDT on 31 October 2016. See www.samsung.com/au/offer
# Foxtel Play and Presto coming to Smart Hub on Samsung 2016 TV range.
< To view in 4K Ultra HD, a 4K Ultra TV and 4K content are required.
^ Wi-Fi network and Internet connection required. Data, subscription and other charges may apply. Compatible with Android v4.1 and iOS v7 and above mobile devices, and WindowsTM 7 and above computers. WindowsTM mobile devices are incompatible. Applications may need to be downloaded. Smart View App required for non-Samsung devices. Feature works with selected apps only. Streaming apps cannot be shared or mirrored.
~ FreeviewPlusTM is only available on compatible Samsung Smart TVs, from the Full HD K5500 model and up. FreeviewPlusTM uses Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV) technology which combines broadcast and broadband. Wi-Fi network and internet connection required. Data usage charges and conditions apply. Usage is subject to third party service provider agreements. FreeviewPlusTM is available throughout Australia but catch-up services vary by region. Visit www.freeviewplus.com.au for more information on this service.

Video Disclaimers:
– The contents within the screen are simulated images and are for demonstration purposes only. Unless stated otherwise, all comparisons are against Samsung TVs.
– Samsung 2016 SUHD TVs with Quantum Dot Display produce 64 times the number of colours and 2.8 times the peak brightness of Samsung UHD TV models. Performance may vary depending on source content.