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The 4K content on HBO Max was very lacking. WBD claims that customers will get a lot more this time around since it is placing a greater emphasis on better quality.

When Warner Bros. Discovery’s new streaming service goes online on May 23, it will have much more 4K content than HBO Max ever did. On Monday, the firm published a press release expanding upon what is included in the “Ultimate” plan, which costs $19.99 per month. The business has said that Max would have “8 times more films and episodes of 4K UHD content than HBO Max,” with shows including “Game of Thrones,” “The Last of Us,” “Harry Potter,” “The Lord of the Rings” trilogies, “The Dark Knight” films, “The Matrix” films, and more all available in ultra high definition.

They are really carrying out the action. They are serious about 4K. Finally. For movies and TV programs that provide the option, Max will support Dolby Vision and HDR10, and it will also have Dolby Atmos sound. Moreover, want to know more detailed news, then check out The Verge.

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