UPDATE: Sky has now been in touch with an official quote: "This is speculation, we’re committed to launching HDR as soon as possible."
HDR is now set to launch on Sky Q in late 2020 - nearly two years after it was first going to come to the platform.
It was originally announced for Sky Q in February 2018 before a question in an earnings call saw that date slip to 2019. Given that's it's now 2020, it's very late.
Kei+M - a Sky Community Manager - said: "I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s unlikely that the UK will be seeing HDR until late next year at the earliest. We’ve pushed it back whilst we work on other priorities."
We have asked Sky for comment and we'll update this article with what the company says when we get it.
HDR has seemed like a no brainer for Sky Q for quite some time - it even launched HDR services in Italy during 2018, while BT has pressed ahead with its own HDR service - now part of the BT Ultimate offering.
Sky was also supposed to bring Sky without a dish - supposedly called Sky X - to the UK during 2019 but that too didn't happen. Sky instead chose to launch Now TV Boost, bringing Full HD to Now TV instead of 720p. The update - announced in November - also brings with it Dolby Digital 5.1 audio.
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