HDR is optimized to work in super dark environments, but most people spend their TV time with ambient light, such as sunlight or the light from a lamp. That̵
Like the Adaptive Color setting on Samsung phones, HDR10 + Adaptive uses your TV’s light sensor to ‘see’ the lighting of a room and optimize the image accordingly. Samsung claims that the technology optimizes each scene to suit your surroundings and provides a true HDR experience even in unwanted lighting conditions. HDR10 + Adaptive also works in Filmmaker mode, a display setting that turns off post-processing effects such as motion smoothing to provide a cinematically accurate viewing experience.
But Samsung is not the first to introduce these kinds of functions. Already available on LG and Sony TVs and supported by streaming services such as Netflix and Disney +, the Dolby Vision HDR standard uses a technology called Dolby Vision IQ to optimize HDR content based on the room it is in. being watched. Samsung TVs don’t support Dolby Vision, and the only streaming service that supports Samsung’s HDR10 + standard is Amazon Prime Video.
Samsung says its 2021 QLED TVs will support HDR10 + adaptively. The company has not specified whether its existing QLED TVs will receive the new feature via an update.
Source: Samsung via Engadget