PS4 Professional 4K console unveiling at this year's PlayStation Meeting, Sony also announced in their official Press Release that all PlayStation 4's will support HDR (high dynamic range) video imaging technology.
Back in July Sony invited PlayStation fans to join the PS4 Firmware 4.0 Beta and then revealed Codename: Shingen's features.
Along the way, PlayStation 4 developers found a PS4 4.0 Beta WebKit Crash which led to a PS4 4.0 Beta 3 WebKit Crash leaving some left wondering what next week's PS4 System Software 4.0 update will bring.
To quote from Arstechnica.com: "With the proper display, all 40 million PlayStation 4 owners can join the HDR revolution," Andrew House told the crowd after confirming that a firmware update will go out to all users next week (though an exact date wasn't specified).
However, House didn't confirm whether that HDR spec will be locked to the Dolby Vision standard or to HDR-10.