Samsung's HDR10+ Adaptive feature will be supported in Samsung TVs, which improves the HDR10+ viewing experience in customers’ homes regardless of the lighting conditions.
Samsung TV Plus, Samsung’s free Smart TV video service, which delivers instant access to news, sports, entertainment and more, has now expanded to 12 countries and 742 channels worldwide, bringing access to over 60 million Samsung Smart TVs.
Virgin Media has launched its new TV platform, Virgin TV 360, which offers a seamless connected entertainment experience that moves with you.
The Apple TV app will be installed on Microsoft's Xbox S and Xbox X, when Microsoft’s next-generation consoles start shipping next week.
Apple has launched Apple Music TV, a free 24-hour live stream of music videos, live shows, and other music-related content.
Google has launched a new version of its Chromecast media-streaming stick that is a bit different to its popular predecessors. It still works as a Chromecast receiver, meaning you can cast photos, audio and video from your phone, but it also has a new smart TV experience called Google TV.
Samsung TV Plus, one of the top apps on Samsung Smart TVs, will launch September 23, 2020, in the Galaxy Store and Google Play for select Galaxy smartphones. Samsung is limiting TV Plus to variants of the Galaxy S10, Note 10, S20, and Note 20.
Alchimie has partnered with Huawei to bring its factual VOD channels to millions of Huawei Video consumers. This will be achieved through the integration of its TVplayer GO! app into Huawei Video, the pre-loaded entertainment app on all new and existing Huawei smartphone and tablet devices.
Cello has launched their brand new range of smart, Android TVs, developed in partnership with Google. The Bishop Auckland based electronics firm, and last remaining LED TV manufacturer in the UK, worked closely with Google to develop an exclusive range of smart TVs, which come with Google Assistant, Chromecast and Google Play Store all built in to one device, straight out of the box.