Philips is the third TV manufacturer to embrace HDR10 +, the format that allows you to deliver high dynamic range content with dynamic metadata.
An interview with Video magazine, Danny Tack, Director of Product Strategy & Planning for TP Vision said: all 2018 Philips TV models / televisions with HDR will also support HDR10 +. “We are on schedule to integrate HDR10 + into all 2018 Philips TVs with HDR and to offer a software upgrade for the 2017 models”
Regarding the Philips 2017 series, firmware updates target some series. We talk about OLED 9002, LCD Quantum Dot 8602 and LCD 8102, 7502, 6412 and 6482. We also assume that Philips OLED TVs will also be updated. The latter will then clarify the type of support: whether complete, or even HDMI, or limited to Smart TV applications. Compatibility with HDR10 + does not necessarily require HDMI 2.1. So you will need to know which Philips 2017 TVs will handle the new format on HDMI.
We remind you that other brands currently supporting HDR10 + such as Samsung, Panasonic, and Fox.