What does HDR mean?
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and refers to a technique that expresses details in content in both very bright and very dark scenes. It offers a more natural and realistic picture output even with a widened range of contrast. For example, in a very dark cave scene, HDR TVs show the appearance and colour of the cave walls as well as its texture. And in a scene with a yacht on the ocean, individual sunbeams are clearly seen shining regardless of the bright sunlit background. You're probably reading this article from your computer screen or mobile phone right now and if your device doesn't support HDR, you're missing out on the full experience and understanding of what HDR can really do. So do yourself a favour and visit your nearest electronics store and experience HDR TV quality for yourself because seeing is believing.
*HDR 3000 applicable to 65Q950R, 55Q950R: HDR 5000 applicable to 98Q950R.