If you have decided to buy a TV, it is quite likely that you want it to be 4K (UHD) and HDR. Beyond the specific specifications you are looking for, it is essential that you pay attention to which HDR standard you will have access to depending on the make and model of TV you buy.
So you do not get confused when buying an HDR TV, here is a brief guide on the different HDR standards.
The different types of HDR on your TV
While the quality leap in content viewing is very large and will allow content creators a powerful resource that enhances the user experience, there has been no unanimous agreement on the standard to apply to bring the HDR mode to TVs.
That’s why we currently have two great standards that try to impose themselves some more promoted by companies individually and even name alterations that come from a brand of televisions. Like many beginnings of diverse technologies, there is an established standards war.
HDR10 and Dolby Vision are the two standards struggling to master the HDR of your TV. The second is the most complete but owner and for now only available in the high range
The differences between the different types of HDR are basically in the brightness and color depth with which they can work. » Read more