Australian Review: LG 65EF950T 65-inch 4K OLED TV – Finally flat
Last but not least, the 65EF950T's HDMI ports all use the HDMI 2.0a standard. This allows playback of high dynamic range (HDR) content over HDMI, something the curved model isn't capable of. While there's very little HDR content available currently, the change is designed to pave the way for Ultra HD Blu-Ray discs and Ultra HD Blu-Ray players, which will support HDR-encoded content. HDR-encoded content will take advantage of the wider colour gamut found in TVs such as the 65EF950T in order to provide a more vivid, detailed image.
Both LG's flat and curved 4K OLED will be able to stream 4K video through sources such as Netflix. Netflix's first batch of HDR-optimised content is due to hit the service later this month.