HDMI 2.1 is here with support up to 10K resolution

HDMI Forum has released the HDMI 2.1 specification. HDMI 2.1 will support data transfer rates of up to 48Gbps, it will support resolutions of up to 10K; however, it can run 8K at 60Hz, or 4K at 120Hz.

The new spec also includes support for Dynamic HDR. In order to fully utilize the HDMI 2.1 spec, you’ll need to replace your existing HDMI cables with an Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable.

See the following article from Neowin:

HDMI 2.1 is finally here, and it has support for 10K resolution

What is 4K Blu-ray?

Ultra HD 4K Blu-rays have the best picture quality possible for your 4K TV. Look out for discs that have high dynamic range (HDR) and wide color gamut (WCG) which will produced a much more noticeable improvement.

Other technical improvement over regular Blu-ray includes:

  1. 10 bit colour – so more steps of graduation
  2. Higher frame rates
  3. H.265 – latest codec
  4. Greater capacity disc – 4K Blu-rays will have 66GB or 100GB capacity
  5. Audio – new audio formats such as Dolby Atmos and DTS:X

Source: What is 4K Blu-ray? – CNET

Latest version of HDMI comes packing support for 8K resolution and Dynamic HDR

HDMI 2.1 specification has been announced by the HDMI Forum. It will support Dynamic HDR and 8K resolution at 60 frames per second. But to support these features, new 48G HDMI cables are needed which allows bandwidth up to 48Gbps. Refer to the article below from Digit Trends.

Source: Latest version of HDMI comes packing support for 8K resolution and Dynamic HDR