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UHD Alliance Announces Mobile HDR Premium Certification

Mobile World Conference 2017 in Barcelona will surely be remembered as the time and place HDR debuted on mobile devices. Now, the UHD Alliance joins the portable party by establishing standards for HDR on smartphones, tablets, and laptops in the form of the Mobile HDR Premium certification. Click the following link to read more: http://www.avsforum.com/uhd-alliance...certification/



Here's the new logo as well as the new specifications required for a Mobile HDR Premium certification.

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Basically AMOLED only then it seems.


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Curious if any phones today could pass that other than being able to support HDR.

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Curious if any phones today could pass that other than being able to support HDR.
None because 10bit displays are not yet available on mobile devices (with the exception of select workstation laptops).
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It's funny that I've heard it was Samsung that started this whole certification thing, and purposefully tried to leave OLED out by having a minimum of 1000 nits. (of course, they didn't get away with that)

And now that it's on phones, it's OLED only

I don't mind, I don't think any "premium" phone should ship with out an OLED these days.
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None because 10bit displays are not yet available on mobile devices (with the exception of select workstation laptops).
Well, the now recalled Galaxy Note 7 actually had HDR support, and 1000 nits peak brightness, I'm assuming at 10 bits, easily.
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