Youtube HDR : Now available on Galaxy Note8, S8/S8 Plus, Sony XZ Premium

YouTube HDR Playback Support is Rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Xperia XZ Premium

YouTube Brings HDR Support to Galaxy S8, Note 8, Pixel, Other Phones

The update has not been for the iOS mobile phones. Right now, compatible devices include: Google's Pixel, the LG V30, Samsung's Galaxy S8 and Note8, and the Sony Xperia XZ Premium.

Furthermore, the new facility doesn't feel like a final bug-free product and will undoubtedly receive many updates; to keep a stable playback speed and retain accurate color quality.

Even though the update is a useful upgrade and will surely bump up the video viewing experience, all doesn't seem rosy for the users of aforementioned devices, According to SlashGear, Reddit users are reporting stuttering videos and battery-draining brightness levels. This can be done by going to the "Menu" option located on the top right-hand corner of the screen. Rather, it directly moves to landscape mode. Another complained about no possibility of returning the previous resolutions.

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The company has said that the new technology will be expanded to further devices as it is current partnering with more mobile manufactures. The HDR feature supports 1440p videos. The shadows contain the many details and the colour pop out more.

This facility is available to the latest Chromecast Ultra.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) is not new in the world of tech, but, it is no longer restricted to high-end Televisions anymore.

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The aim to provide the excellent video quality while using the less bandwidth, global video streaming services.

YouTube started supporting HDR content on November 2016 but hasn't rolled it out to HDR-capable smartphones since. Both Netflix and Amazon have both been producing some of their originals in HDR for some time, but the overall number of titles available in HDR is arguably still small. Other services, such as Netflix, haven't offer HDR content for smartphones yet unless users subscribe to Netflix's top-tier, $12-a-month 4K streaming plan.

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