Samsung is poised to introduce a groundbreaking feature to its Galaxy S24 series with the upcoming One UI 6.0 update—native support for Ultra HDR, enabling users to enjoy HDR content directly in the gallery app. This move is particularly noteworthy given the rumored exceptionally bright screens on the new phones, capable of reaching a dazzling 2,500 nits or beyond, promising an enhanced viewing experience.
Samsung Galaxy S24 series to elevate visuals with Ultra HDR support
While the arrival of Ultra HDR on the Galaxy S24 is undoubtedly exciting, questions linger about its availability on older Galaxy devices that are still fully equipped to deliver this immersive feature. Since this functionality may be linked to One UI 6.0, the timing of its integration into older devices remains uncertain. Additionally, as of now, Ultra HDR has yet to surface in One UI 6.0 beta versions, suggesting a potential wait before its full implementation.
Nonetheless, Samsung's commitment to integrating this feature into the Galaxy S24 series is commendable, underscoring the company's dedication to enhancing the user experience. It is hoped that this feature will eventually extend to older devices with the capability to support it, providing more options for users seeking premium features without upgrading to higher-end devices.