Firstly I have read the other thread about 1080HDR, 4KHDR, UHD and what the hell do you get on BT Sport Ultimate, I am still non the wiser.
I just have this question:
On Sunday I open up the BT SPORT app on my Samsung TV and the option to watch the community shield Liverpool v Man City in HDR was there, when I watched that channel BT SPORT ULTIMATE was displayed in the bottom left of the live picture. When I selected the BT SPORT1 HD channel I just got BT SPORT HD in the bottom left.
What does the above mean? Does my pack include 4K/UHD or is HDR ( I assume it was 1080 HDR) free for those with BT Sport HD?
I don't use the BTTV STB for reasons I don't need to explain!
easy way would be use the MyBt app or login to myBt and select the Package button
that will give a overview of your package.
At a guess you are probably on Tv max or Total Entertainment package but MyBT will tell you
Included with certain BT TV and EE top tier subscriptions rather than free , quality you get would be depend on what you watch in upon. So not 4K on that device on Sunday.
So the app on my Samsung TV whilst saying BT SPORT ULTIMATE is in fact just 1080 HDR. I also have an Apple 4K TV, would that be worth plugging in to my 4K TV to get 4K.
To be honest I am not surprised that BT have managed to confuse something that should be easy to understand they have a long old history of being able to do that.
Why don't they stick to SD, HD, and 4K labels not BT SPORT ULTMATE which means nothing!!!!