According to Samsung, the newly released Samsung S95Z / S90Z OLED TVs now support the HDR Vivid standard of the World Ultra HD Video Industry Alliance (UWA Alliance).
According to reports, the HDR Vivid standard is based on intelligent algorithms to comprehensively improve the picture quality, with more realistic colors, richer layers, and finer shading restoration, providing an excellent immersive visual experience. In addition, the new OLED TV released by Samsung has also passed the MAX quality certification of iQiyi. Consumers who use the new OLED series machines can enjoy the cinema-level visual experience of “4K ultra-high definition + HDR Vivid + high frame rate” by choosing Frame Yiying MAX when watching video content on the large screen of iQIYI.
According to previous reports, the HDR Vivid video standard was released by the China Ultra HD Video Industry Alliance. China Ultra HD Video Industry Alliance CUVA was established in 2018, focusing on promoting the development of China’s ultra-high definition video industry. Alliance members include CCTV, Huawei, China Mobile, China Unicom, China Telecom, BOE, Skyworth, Konka, TCL, Hisense, etc.