High-CRI Hue-compatible better alternatives to Philips Hue E26/E12/BR30/downlights

What are high-CRI Hue-compatible better alternatives to Philips Hue’s own E26/E12/BR30/downlights?

Although I want to go all-RGBWW strips, there are still a few lingering interior locations where color bulbs or retrofit downlights may make sense. The Philips Hue SKUs are:
E26 046677548483
BR30 (2-pack) 046677548582
BR30 (1-pack) 046677548506
E12 046677556969
GU10 046677542337
Downlight 4-inch 59965/11/U5
Downlight 5/6-inch 59966/11/U5

I cannot tell, however, if these products are 90+ CRI and if so over what ranges of white CCTs.

Older documentation suggests that most of these products were “>80 CRI”. However, these products have been through a few generations. The current documentation on philips-hue.com does not list CRI at all.

I called Philips Hue customer service and the rep said that I am guaranteed to get California Title 24-compliant products if I shop at a physical retail store in California, such as Best Buy, Home Depot, Target etc. However, a lot of these stores are totally out of Philips Hue products. I may have to get a hold of some California stock and test them with a CRI illuminance meter, which I really do not want to do.

I have experience with Sengled bulbs connected directly to Samsung SmartThings Hub v2. Connectivity is great; controls are cumbersome. I would prefer to use the Philips Hue Bridge and SmartThings Hub v3 for my new installation. Sengled currently has E26/A19, BR30, and E12 multicolor bulbs (no GU10 and no downlights). Past threads state that Sengled only implements Zigbee HA but not Zigbee LL, so Sengled bulbs are incompatible with Philips Hue Bridge. However, I just got off the phone with Sengled technical support, and the team lead said that the Candelabra E12 bulb specifically has Zigbee 3.0 firmware. Therefore it is at least possible that there is a 90 CRI solution in the market for E12. He also confirmed that the Sengled A19, BR30, and light strip products do not have Zigbee 3.0 firmware, at least not now.

Are there any other 90+ CRI solutions for the other lighting types?

What are high-CRI Hue-compatible better alternatives to Philips Hue’s own E26/E12/BR30/downlights?