Netflix provides a ton of HDR movies and tv shows and the content supplier enables assistance as smartphone screens add support for the function. Netflix’s list of HDR10 devices has just grown a bit, and it now contains some of Google’s Pixel phones including the still-unannounced Pixel 4 series.
Several new phones were added to the HD and HDR10 lists, spotted on a Netflix support page by Android Police. Several Amazon Fire HD tablets, the Asus Memo Pad 7, Honor Tablet 5, and Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 are the latest phones that support Netflix in HD. With the Galaxy Feel, Tab Active 2, as well as the Galaxy Tab S6 and Galaxy Fold, some new Samsung phones are also introduced. Netflix also stated that Netflix in HD can be used by any Snapdragon 665 device.
More exciting, the HDR10 device list has been updated, including for the first time Pixel smartphones. Netflix content in HDR10 can now be viewed in Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, but obviously will also be available in Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL immediately. These phones have yet to be announced by Google, but at this stage they have leaked widely. In January, support for the Pixel 3 series began to appear, but it was only accessible to some users.
Other add-ons to the list are the Asus ROG Phone II, LG G6, Galaxy Note 10–oddly without mentioning Note 10 +–Galaxy Tab S6, Sony Xperia 1, Xiaomi Mi 9T / Pro, and Xiaomi Redmi K20/Pro.