Mac mini 2018 with Intel Graphics UHD 630: 10-bit color support?

Does anybody know whether the built-in Intel UHD 630 Graphics chipset on the new Mac mini 2018 supports 10-bit color per channel (or 30-bit display) to produce deep color (billion colors).

I do nature photography and use Capture One pro and Photoshop CC and my display is an Eizo CG277 that has full deep color support (10-bit color per channel). I have not yet been able to enjoy this capability because I have an older macbook pro.

I cannot wait for the next, hypothetical mac pro workstation 2019 (xeon-based), which will probably cost a bundle.

Will the built-in Intel UHD 630 Graphics enable me to have full 30-bit display (ARGB2101010) under MacOS X Mojave via DisplayPort or will I need to buy an eGPU with a dedicated graphics card?

You wouldn’t think these details would be so hard to find.
On page 50 and 51 of the datasheet for the processor, there is info about the bit depth supported. Looks like 24, 30, and 36 bits. Display port up to 10 bits per pixel. Please make your own interpretation before spending money though :slight_smile: