Originally Posted by Sensualphotoguy
Pardon me, but I'm new to this,
By "badge", do you mean a status indicator created and displayed by the TV or the HDR type label listed in the Amazon Prime program details?
As I understand it, while Amazon claims that the "HDR" label in the program details will change to HDR10+ or Dolby Vision if the TV supports one of those capabilities, no one has ever seen that label change in real life. Having said that, an Amazon rep on Twitter told me today that if the Amazon program details don't say HDR10+, then I am not getting HDR10+ content from them. And, of course, the Samsung 9QFN TV does not display any status info to tell me whether I am getting HDR10 or HDR10+.
I am using the TV's Amazon app, so there is no intermediate equipment between Amazon and the TV aside from the network path.
Amazon's help and all their staff have been lying/wrong about this for about 3 years now!
I did a mock-up of what Amazon claims
will be shown (with the HDR10+ logo clearly visible in the programme details screen inside the Prime Video app) in >>> THIS POST <<<
Get that twitter rep to send you a screenshot, from just ONE TV, which clearly shows the HDR10+ logo on that page. They won't be able to, because they are wrong. But keep asking, and they might admit they were making it up
Regardless of the logo, the current thinking is that it is HDR10+
, but as you say, the problem is that there's no proof of it. When half of Amazon says that it isn't HDR10+ if there's no logo, they aren't doing themselves any favours