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Google has been hard at work to bring the best experience when it comes to displaying photos on your phone. With the latest Android 14 Beta 2 update, Google has unveiled its Ultra HDR format to bring support for 10-bit HDR images on your phone. This format allows photos taken on an HDR-supported device to have vibrant colors and contrasted when displayed on an HDR-enabled panel, while still appearing as a standard JPEG images for those on non-HDR screens.
The first app to bring this support to the public is Google Photos, with version 184.108.40.2061138754. This feature is ideal as it allows you to take full advantage of your modern display and camera setup on your Android device while still retaining the JPEG format. This way, photos can still be visible even on a standard SDR screen even after being sent via link or email.
This Ultra HDR format is a great addition to the ever-advancing smartphone industry. With it, we can easily see and share photos of vibrant colors and contrasts for our friends and family that don’t own an HDR device – a great way to keep the photo sharing experience modern and accessible.
Google’s Ultra HDR format brings a fresh start to the experience of taking photos on your device and being able to share them with anyone. It is now easier than ever to take photographs and have them appear in excellent quality, no matter who is receiving them. This demonstrates Google’s commitment to providing an excellent user experience for all Android users