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Xbox Series X Tipped To Support Dolby Vision & HDR10+

The next-gen Xbox Series X will reportedly support standard HDR10+ and Dolby Vision HDR formats, following confirmation from Microsoft executives.

A Microsoft representative is reportedly confirmed to Polygon via email that the Xbox Series X supports HDR10+, as disclosed within within a FAQ piece about the console.

The news is heralded a win for owners of new Samsung TVs which support HDR10+ formats.

Some commentators remain curious as to whether HDR10+ will expand to games, or initially be restricted to video streaming services.

HDR10+ and Dolby Vision herald the next era of home entertainment, with the format harnessing dynamic metadata to adjust HDR signal parameters ad-hoc.

Potential benefits include crisper, more detailed images, which is dubbed to be an excellent accompaniment to mid-range TVs in the future who could be restricted by hardware.

Vendors from the likes of Samsung, Philips and Panasonic are among those who product products capable of supporting Dolby Vision and/or HDR10+.

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