Netflix consumers like to consume the content on their mobile phones. The company is also constantly trying to improve the type of experience that they deliver to mobile phones. One of them was the introduction of HDR streaming to smartphones. Notable, the LG G6 was the first smartphone to get this feature. Netflix periodically updates the list of devices that support Netflix streaming in HDR.

The benefit of HDR streaming is that it expands the contrast and color rage giving more contrast and a wider range of colors. It keeps the videos as close to the way the director intended it to be shown to the audience.

Until now, Netflix in HDR was available on a couple of flagship handsets some of which include the Huawei P20, Razer Phone, Sony Xperia XZ2 among others. Samsung phones are usually the quickest ones to get the support partly because of the sharp and crisp display that the company offers in its devices, as it happens each new Samsung flagship contains the best mobile display up to that point.

So, the devices that are now getting the support for HDR Netflix playback are
– The LG G7 ThinQ
– The LG V35 ThinQ
– The Samsung Galaxy Note 9
– Huawei Honor 10
– Samsung Galaxy Tab 4

Along with it, the following devices are getting updates with support for HD playback
– Huawei MediaPad M5 10
– Huawei MediaPad T5 10
– Huawei Nova 3

The new list of all the devices that support the HDR playback with today’s refresh is:
– Samsung Galaxy Note 9
– Samsung Galaxy Note 8
– Samsung Galaxy Tab 4
– Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
– Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+
– Razer Phone
– LG V30
– LG V35 ThinQ
– LG G7 ThinQ
– LG G6
– Sony Xperia XZ2
– Sony Xperia XZ1
– Siny Xperia XZ Premium
– Honor 10
– Huawei Mate 10 Pro
– Huawei P20

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