Eurofins Digital Testing’s logo scheme identifies devices that have been fully tested and proven to deliver the highest picture quality currently available, including High Dynamic Range (HDR), Ultra-High Definition (UHD) and Wide Color Gamut (WCG) simultaneously, from broadcast and broadband sources, as well as HDMI.
Beginning later this year, applicable models of LG Electronics’ TVs will carry the logo, and feature the latest generation of 4K HDR Ultra HD display. MStar will use the test materials in development of their latest SoC components, to better enable their customers to support HDR in end-devices. Eurofins Digital Testing’s logo ensures that LG Electronics’ and MStar’s next-generation of UHD HDR screens will be easily recognizable in the marketplace.
“LG is a global force in the TV industry, and we are proud to be the first manufacturer to carry Eurofins’ 4K HDR Ultra HD logo on a range of our next-gen TVs,” said SY LEE, Head of TV product planning team at the LG Home Entertainment Company, LG Electronics.
“The logo will make it easy for consumers to identify those TVs that receive and display HDR, UHD content – resulting in a significantly better viewing experience.”
“MStar is a world-class leader in ASIC for consumer electronics, and we are delighted to support Eurofins’ 4K HDR Ultra HD logo’s technical requirements in our forthcoming products,” said Sean Lin, Vice President of MStar.
“We believe it’s important that the next generation of TVs is able to display HDR content from a number of sources, including broadcast, OTT and HDMI, which brings great benefit to consumers, and therefore our customers.”
“As pioneers in the industry, LG and MStar recognize that 4K HDR Ultra HD is technically superior in terms of contrast ratio, color accuracy and pixel resolution,” said Johan Craeybeckx, Business Line Director, Eurofins Digital Testing International.
“We are excited that LG and MStar have committed to Eurofins’ logo scheme, which gives consumers confidence to invest in the latest and the best TV technology.”