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Philips rolls out HDR10+ update for 2018 lcd and OLED TVs

Philips rolls out HDR10+ - TP Vision, the company behind Philips TVs, has started rolling out a firmware update that adds support for the HDR format.
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After televisions from Panasonic and Samsung, now also models from Philips rolls out HDR10+. TP Vision, the company behind Philips TVs, has started rolling out a firmware update that adds support for the HDR format.

Philips rolls out HDR10+

Toengelsblog announces that several Philips TVs already have a firmware update received with which support for HDR10+ is added. The update is automatically downloaded on compatible models or can be downloaded from the Philips support website. It is not yet clear whether the HDR10+ support only applies to streaming services or to HDMI-connected devices such as Ultra HD Blu-ray players. In the first case it would not be a disaster as the number of players with HDR10+ support is very small and besides, no Ultra HD Blu-ray discs with the format are sold.

The firmware update is available for the 55-inch and 65-inch variants in the OLED903 series, the 55-inch and 65-inch variants in the OLED803 series, the 49-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch variants in the PUS8503 LCD series and the 49-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch and 75-inch variants in the PUS8303 LCD TV series.

Also view the complete Philips 2018 OLED TV line-up and the Philips 2018 LCD TV line-up.

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