HDR or High Dynamic Range was the latest thing for televisions in the year 2017. Contrast Ratio and Colour Accuracy are the two most important factors in how a TV performs or looks. With HDR, both contrast and colour are significantly enhanced and expanded. Meaning, bright parts of an image will be much brighter, so the image seems to have more “depth.” Colours will show more bright and deeper blues, greens, reds and everything in between.
Wide Colour Gamut (WCG) is also coming along with HDR, and that brings a higher level and wider range of colours to the table. Colours that, so far, were impossible to reproduce on any television back then. Example, the reds of an apple, the deep violet of an eggplant, and even the green leaves.
At the last quarter of 2017, we are seeing HDR ready 4K TVs with sizes ranging from 32 inches and up. Now that 4K TVs are becoming more affordable than ever, let the brand race to bring us these stunning new TVs at affordable prices.
The year 2018 will definitely see a massive growth in 4K content and 4K gaming both with HDR that will continue to be a hot topic.
Will Smart TVs replace the desktop computer in 2018 and will set-top boxes lose their importance? 2017 promises to be a very active year as far as TVs and TV accessories are concerned and we’ll bring you every piece of news, reviews and updates from a UK perspective, so stay tuned!