Netflix adds HDR10 support for Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and more

    Netflix has also added HD support on Samsung phones including the Galaxy M31s, Galaxy A31 and Galaxy A41.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Aug 18 2020, 11:22 IST
    Netflix HDR10 devices.
    Netflix HDR10 devices.
    Netflix HDR10 devices.
    Netflix HDR10 devices.

    Samsung launched a bunch of new devices recently including the Galaxy Note 20 series and Galaxy Z Fold 2. These smartphones are now confirmed to support HDR10 on Netflix. Some other Samsung phones have also received HD support for Netflix.

    Netflix has updated its list of devices supporting HDR and HD content on its platform. For HDR10, all the newly launched Samsung premium phones have been certified. These include the Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, and Galaxy Tab S7+. With the new additions, Netflix HDR10 is now supported on almost all of Samsung's premium devices as old as the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 8. Other smartphones that come with HDR10 support on Netflix include Xiaomi's Mi 10 series, Asus ROG Phone 2, Google Pixel 4a, and Oppo Find X2 series.

    Having a HDR10 supported device for Netflix isn't enough though. Users should still have subscription to the Netflix plan that supports streaming in UHD. There's only one Netflix plan that supports UHD and it's the most expensive one priced at 799 per month in India. Rest of the Netflix plans support only HD streaming except for the 199 mobile plan which has SD support.

    Netflix has also added more Samsung devices to its device list for HD support. Among tablets, Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 and the new Tab S7 support HD streaming. Samsung phones include the Galaxy A21s, Galaxy A31, Galaxy A41, Galaxy A71 5G, Galaxy A71 5G and the new Galaxy M31s.

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    First Published Date: 18 Aug, 11:22 IST
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