If you own a recent Samsung television, you may have realized that right now it’s impossible to take full advantage of the potential of Sony’s new generation console. This problem occurs only on PS5 and prevents users from enjoying HDR content running in 4K and with a 120Hz frame rate.
Sony has now come to publicly assume that the defect is on its side and is ready to resolve the situation. However, the best they can do is point to an update for mid-March.
Sony promises to resolve situation with update to PS5
The Japanese brand suggests as a temporary measure that the affected users reduce the frames per second to 60 or turn off the HDR.
Knowing that this does not satisfy those who have invested as much in the console as in a television capable of making the most of it, Sony says it has already located the source of the problem.
The team in charge is already working on a resolution but as it is relatively complicated, ask for patience and promise to update the PS5 in order to enable HDR in 4K 120fps. Attention is also advised to software updates to the console to ensure maximum stability, compatibility and security.
Sony also urges owners of an affected model not to send their television in for repair, as the problem is not Samsung’s responsibility.
HDMI 2.1 standard is still in an early adoption phase
The market is still at an early stage of adopting the HDMI 2.1 standard that allows you to play at 4K and 120fps. For this reason it is normal to still have some compatibility issues, which should be overcome during the next months as Sony stabilizes its update chain.
This type of high-quality content is one of the promises of the new generation of consoles, but there are still many uneven edges. With more PS5 and XSX machines in more homes, the trend is towards refining the experience.
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