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With the latest smartphones touting High Dynamic Range (HDR) display technology, here's a breakdown of the tech and what it means for your next handset.
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my s6 amoled photo mode gives me an adobe wide gamut rgb space, and so the amoled cinema mode brings even more pop up colour than amoled photo mode. so, basically, my s6 is capable to show hdr display if samsung enable that program to my software update?
i have the slightest feeling hdr will be a minor improvement.
I mean, the human eye catches details in a wide range, but isn't it logarithmic like the ear?
cause some video formats compress the color range to YUV, which is narrower than RGB, and sometimes also in floating point form.
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full hd displays havent become mainstream...and most tv channels still shoot their show ls in sd and air it..even if they release their hd channels most of the content is upsacled to 720p not even 1080p.. Gary how about a battery tech break through??
fancy feature....only improving desplay by a slight margin...whats even the point of this tech..existing technology isnt being adopted and people are releasing minor fancy features like HDR??? how about super heavy capacity battery ?
Now here is a question, concerning AMOLED Screens, which save power, by firstly being an OLED, and secondly because they us RGBG, or in other words, they drop one of the three primary colours for every second pixel, which increases power saving. Having used both the Samsung Note 2 (yes its been a while), with an AMOLED Screen, and the Huawei P9, which has a standard LED panel, the colours look richer on the P9, while the Note 2 always looked quite flat. So whats the best trade off - having an eco display, or richer contrast?
Dear Gary, I actually have more question now upon checking the current HDR phones eg. LG G6, Sansung S8 & Sony Xperia XZ premium and noticed that they are all 16mil colours display. (Does it means that they are false advertising on HDR since they cannot display more colours).
Plus Samsung AMOLED screen had virtually infinite contrast, very good brightness and accurate colours since S5 does it also mean it is HDR ready?
So how much better are the displays of G6 and S8 compared to V20 and S7..?...what difference would come in real life apps games and picture viewing compared to regular displays ??....because not enough HDR video content is available...
It's like Europe. A European. The N is sometimes added or removed to make the sentence go more smoothly. It's all about the sounds.
Sorry, didn't get that part about the pronunciation of the letter H. I didn't know there were different ways of pronouncing it?
Yeah, I debated that in my mind for a long time. The counter example is "a hospital" or "an hospital", I think "a hospital" is right. The problem is this, you should only use "an" before a vowel like "an apple" and "H" isn't a vowel, but some style guides also say use "an" before vowel sounds, hence depending on how you pronounce "H" depends on if it sounds like a vowel or not.
HDR seems unattainable. For one thing, it's probably only going to be on big 4K living room screens ($$$). Color accuracy I can see as a huge problem aside from finding HDR content because you still have the samsungs of the world oversaturating a display just to make it pop on the retail floor. I haven't seen an HDR display or content yet but for the average consumer can this really be considered the next big thing?
Can you make a video talking about flac files ? There is a lot of software that is converting sound files from youtube videos and a little info about how does it work and does it work at all. Is it worth it to have flac formatted music on your phone if it can play back 32 bit audio ?
'Haitch' is the way the people of London say "H", like the difference between the way the British same 'SEM-ee' and the Americans say 'SEM-eye' for "semi". It is called living in a global community with accents and dialects. Sheesh.
The opening of episode 5 of luke cage really showed off what hdr content is all about, The stage lights were blinding when the rapper was performing,Really nice lighting effects in the streets at night, It does show off how good hdr actually is,
The grand tour also has fantastic hdr,
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