HDR10+ is the advanced, improved version of HDR10, a technology that enhances the color and contrast of media. They both utilize metadata to tell your phone or TV how to show the HDR content, upgrading the view when you're watching a video. But the main difference comes in on how they tell your screen to do that. HDR10 is a static technology, sending the information to your device at the beginning of the video and from there, your device uses that same information the whole time. Samsung Galaxy S10 series is the first to support mobile HDR10+ to take lifelike colors and contrast to a new, dynamic level. Instead of a one-and-done signal, it's made with dynamic tone mapping that fine-tunes the settings continuously as your content plays, to help ensure each scene looks as the director meant it to.
The Infinity-O Display on the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra is an HDR10+ certified display. And thanks to dynamic tone mapping, you'll get incredible color and contrast that dynamically enhances each scene. And on the pro-grade camera systems of the Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and Z Flip, you can test out your director skills with the HDR10+ recording capability. When you shoot a video on your phone, it will play back with the lifelike color and detail of 4K UHD and HDR10+.
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