Originally Posted by Manuxs1806
The Panasonic UB900 is an amazing piece of technology, but it is a true pity that it is lagging behind its competition on 2 key features :
- support for 10 bits UHD discs
- Netflix HDR
How come the Nvidia Shield and Xbox One S both support Netflix HDR, when Panasonic releases the most expensive UHD player on the market, but without Netflix HDR ???!
For information, no 2015 Samsung TV (that fully support HDR) supports Netflix in HDR because Samsung apparently has forgotten they ever had a TV lineup in 2015.
So if I, owner of a 2015 Samsung TV, want to have Netflix in HDR, I have to wait for Panasonic to allow the UB900 to support it !
Buy an LG TV: the 2015 and 2016 OLEDs now both support Netflix HDR
Seriously, Panasonic already held up release of this player for apps (which I didn't appreciate); did you want them to hold it up even longer for Netflix? Also, I don't understand your comment about "10 bit UHD discs". It plays them...they are all 10 bit...
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