According to US website Twice, citing M-Go’s chief operating officer Christophe Louvon, the company, which offers transactional VoD content, will launch with a full selection of HDR content that it will build up quickly.
Other streaming video providers including Vudu, Amazon and Netflix, are also planning to launch HDR services in the near future.
M-Go teamed up with Samsung to launch an Ultra HD service aimed at Samsung 4K TVs in the US in November last year.
Technicolor announced that it would expand M-Go’s offering as part of the Drive 2020 strategic plan unveiled in February.
Last week Forbes magazine reported that Samsung would launch its own HDR service as part of a new UHD pack, possibly as early as next month.
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