Samsung HDR10 Gaming: arrival on Smart TV and RTX graphics cards

Here are the first devices compatible with the new HDR10 + Gaming standard from Samsung, recently unveiled.

Presented as an alternative to the HDR Dolby Vision format, Samsung's new HDR10 + Gaming technology is VRR compatible, provides automatic calibration of the HDR signal, and low latency Tone Mapping (no impact on Input Lag).

Samsung Smart TV 2022 and GeForce graphics cards

Samsung recently announced that this standard will be compatible with a selection of 2022 vintage 4K and 8K Ultra HD televisions (Q70B range and more, see our CES 22 news> Samsung 2022 TV: Q60B, QN80B and QN90B series in addition to the Q70B and UB8000), as well as gaming monitors that have not yet been specified. Compatibility has also been confirmed with GeForce RTX 30 series, RTX 20 series and GT 16 series graphics cards. Updates are planned for the latter in 2022 to ensure support.

Finally, here are the first games that will benefit from this treatment: Redout 2 (pictured below), Pinball FX from Saber Interactive and Happy Trails and the Kidnapped Princess from Game Mechanic Studios.