Both players support the latest version of HDR, HDR10+, which allows the brightness of the picture to be adjusted on a frame-by-frame basis, which the company claims will to a more detailed image than ever before.
The more expensive UB450 also supports Dolby Vision, while both players can passthrough Dolby Atmos via a third party sound system or soundbar, making for a totally immersive cinematic experience – if you have the right kit, that is.
Right now, prices and availability for both Blu-ray players is still to be confirmed.
Is Blu-ray the way to go?
Whether it's the uncompressed video quality and the additional special features of a Blu-ray disc you're after, or are looking to upscale standard definition or 1080p content to Full HD or 4K respectively, a great Blu-ray player can deliver a truly cinematic experience.
If you're looking for a great Blu-ray player in 2019, check out our roundup of the best Blu-ray players in the world.
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