Ultra HD Premium


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Ultra HD Premium

A 4K TV set that supports 10-bit color and a high dynamic range (HDR). The 10-bit color means that each red, green and blue (RGB) screen pixel can render 1,024 shades, and the HDR delivers a greater contrast ratio between white and black. See 4K TV and HDR.
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Additionally, he increased his 2018 estimates by 6% after factoring in the potential for even higher ARPU from growth in 4K TV set penetration, noting that the company's 4K ultra HD premium tier is $14/month in the U.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform, featuring Ultra HD Premium capture for cinema-quality video and Gigabit LTE for lightning-fast connectivity.
At the core of the capture experience, the new Qualcomm Spectra 280 ISP features ultra HD premium capture with rich color gamut to support the Galaxy S9 8MP front camera and 12MP rear camera and S9+ 12MP front and rear cameras for the ultimate photography and ultra-high definition videography experience.
It said Samsung's QLED TVs surpass Ultra HD Premium standards all while being immune to screen burn.
These features include fast charging on the HTC One M8, LG V30, and Xiaomi Mi5; dual cameras on the One M8, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Note 8; facial recognition on the Galaxy S8; fingerprint sensors under the display in Qualcomm's own reference design handset; augmented reality on the Lenovo Phab Pro 2; bezel-less design on the Xiaomi Mi Mix; OLED display on the LG Flex 2; 4K display on the Sony Xperia XZ Premium; gigabit LTE on the Galaxy S8; ultra HD premium playback on the Galaxy S8; Bluetooth 5 on the Galaxy S8, Note 8, V30, Xiaomi Mi6, and HTC U11; and HD wireless audio over Bluetooth via aptX HD on the Galaxy S8, OnePlus 5, and V30.
As part of revenue security discussions, Verimatrix plans to lead a session on protecting the next generation of video delivery, explaining how progressive operators can use ultra HD premium services to extend competitive advantages.
The UHD Alliance (UHDA), the inter-industry group charged with fostering the Ultra HD ecosystem and promoting the benefits of Ultra HD entertainment technology, has expanded the range of products that can bear the ULTRA HD PREMIUM logo with announcement of certification and logo licensing for Ultra HD Blu-ray Players.
Developed through the collaborative efforts of leading film studios, consumer electronics manufacturers, content distributors and technology companies, the ULTRA HD PREMIUM specifications reflect collective expertise from across the Ultra HD ecosystem, as well as significant input gleaned from experiential consumer testing.
The UHDA's ULTRA HD PREMIUM logo is reserved for products, content and services that comply with performance metrics for resolution, high dynamic range (HDR), peak luminance, black levels and wide color gamut among others.
With 30 televisions already certified with the ULTRA HD PREMIUM logo, and many more anticipated throughout the year, the addition of the certification for Ultra HD Blu- ray players provides consumers with an easy way to identify products that combine to replicate the richness of life's sights and sounds and allow in-home viewers to more fully and accurately experience the content creator's vision.
The Ultra HD Premium certification applies only to products that meet the most demanding performance standards for resolution, peak luminance, black levels, wide color gamut and audio quality, among other criteria.
The Ultra HD Premium certification applies only to products that meet the most demanding performance standards for resolution, HDR, peak luminance, black levels and wide color gamut, among other criteria.