The PS5 prides itself on being compatible with 4K HDR and 120 fps. However, it seems that owners of TVs compatible with this type of display have not benefited from it since the console was released. So much so that some of them believed the problem was their notch. This prompted a television manufacturer to comment on the matter.
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The rumor of the day comes from an unexpected source, to say the least. Indeed, A Samsung community moderator recently stated on the official website of the European Community
This community moderator, who is called “David B., “explained a few days ago after Samsung technicians had informed that the display in 4K HDR 120 fps on PS5 was not working at the moment. Problem that owners of compatible Samsung screens and PS5s had also raised.
To reassure customers of his brand, “David B.“explains that the problem is not from their notch and that they have nothing to do to fix it (even though he advises keeping your TL’s firmware up to date. According to him, the bug was found by Sony
As a reminder, Sony is not hiding on that official PlayStation website that it is currently possible to encounter problems with the game at 120 fps on notches compatible with this technology:
The PS5 console supports the HDMI 2.1 specification but it also supports 4K 120Hz video output. However, there aren’t many 4K 120Hz compatible televisions out there. Sony Interactive Entertainment is working with TV manufacturers to resolve issues during this transition period. However, gamers may have problems with 4K 120Hz at this point.
While the Samsung representative seems sure of what he’s saying, it’s still important to take this information with a grain of salt while waiting for an official announcement from Sony.
Do you have a PS5 and a 4K HDR compatible TL at 120 fps? If so, what notch is that? If so, did you have any problems with the display? Tell us everything in the comments below.