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I consider these sets as quasi-HDR. They don't have the full specs for proper color and brightness for our panels, but with some software updates it does detect and improve the display of HDR material. I have a number of HDR demo files on my DLNA server, and they certainly look much better than non-HDR material. But I don't think they compare to the Samsung SUHD sets, as well as other HDR capable sets from other manufacturers.
Samsung JU7100 4K TV, Yamaha RX-V583, Nvidia Shield, a number of Roku players and TVs, Windows 10 media server with Serviio and Plex. Other players and TVs as well.