Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 line hasn’t been released on the market yet, but you can already pre-order them just about anywhere in the world. However, before they hit shelves, Samsung enabled one of the features that many users would like to have right out of the box.
We’re talking about HDR10 support for Netflix, something that requires specific software. Most of the phones launched these days don’t have HDR support for Netflix from the start, but they are getting it almost immediately they’re made available on the market.
Of course, your phone must pack high-end specs in order to provide this feature, as indicated by Netflix’s list of Android devices that support HDR10. The list contains quite a few devices, and starting today, Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 phones as well.
Now, besides adding HDR10 support to the Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+, Samsung also delivered another software update for three affordable smartphones – M10, M20 and M30, which will have HD support for Netflix.
Last but not least, Netflix announced that all smartphones equipped with Snapdragon 675, 710, and 855 will support Netflix HD right out of the box.