Netflix is evergrowing and added almost 10 million subscribers in the last quarter globally a lot of people actually enjoy streaming it on their mobile devices. Over the last year, Widevine L1 license has almost become a popular criterion for buying a smartphone or a tablet and this shows that prefer a quality viewing experience. Although Widewine L1 is the preliminary step to being able to binge any over the top video content in HD, Netflix videos are still limited to 480p unless the device is certified by the company and the process involves certain additional quality checks. Now, as many as 23 smartphones and tablets are getting added to this roster of supported devices while select others are also getting support for HDR content.
It is surprising to see Google Pixel 3/3XL and the Pixel 2/2XL being added to the list since these devices are already certified for HDR content. Irrespective of whether you were able to play HD videos earlier on these phones, you should definitely be able to do so now. Meanwhile, POCO F1, which can basically be accredited for the Widevine L1-related unrest, is still not certified for HD by Netflix in spite of getting the required certification.
Additionally, the bunch of devices making it to the HDR compatibility list include the following:
Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro
OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro
Razer Phone 2
Among these devices, you can expect a thrilling experience on the OnePlus 7 Pro with the Netflix HDR support. This complements the new flagship’s support for HDR10+ content and an A+ rating from Display Mate, so long as the random ghost touch issues reported by many users do not throw you off the edge.