New phones compatible with Netflix in HDR: Galaxy Note 9, Honor 10 and LG G7 ThinQ


Netflix has just expanded the list of smartphones and tablets compatible with the HDR of the platform. 5 are the new devices that come to enjoy this feature of streaming video service, starting with the recently introduced Samsung Galaxy Note 9 . There is also room for the LG G7 ThinQ and Lg V35 Thinq, the Honor 10 and the Galaxy Tab S4.

It’s no wonder that Samsung’s new smartphone releases compatibility with Netflix in HDR . In addition to being one of the first smartphones where you can , the has one of the best screens seen on a mobile phone. We are talking about a 6.4 “Super AMOLED screen (the largest view on a Samsung smartphone) with 18.5: 9 display format and with a QuadHD + resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels that ends up generating a density of 516 dpi. This panel is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and it becomes one of the best ways to consume audiovisual content that we can carry in our pocket.

New phones compatible with Netflix in HDR: Galaxy Note 9, Honor 10 and LG G7 ThinQ

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is the second Samsung device that joins the list of terminals compatible with Netflix in HDR in the last hours, following the path started by the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 +. Also the LG G7 ThinQ and the LG V35 appear as well as the Honor 10, the top of the range of the Chinese manufacturer.

All phones compatible with HDR on Netflix

After the addition of Samsung’s latest smartphone and the latest tablet from the manufacturer, as well as the top of Honor’s range and the latest smartphones that LG has launched this year, this is the complete list of all Netflix compatible HDR mobiles You can check from the platform’s own website.

However, to enjoy playback of content on this quality you have to hire the plan 4 screens Netflix, ie the Premium plan in our country costs 13.99 euros per month. In addition, you must have, as indicated by the platform itself, with a stable Internet connection of at least 25 megabits per second as long as you want to watch your series and movies in 4K HDR quality.

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