Netflix is arguably one of the best streaming platforms available worldwide. The service can be accessed on a wide variety of devices with a display. But the OEMs require a license to support the app on their devices. Hence, not all Android smartphones can stream in HD or HDR quality.
Above all, not all companies disclose whether their phones support Netlfix. Customers can only know about it by installing the application themselves. But thankfully, Netflix has a dedicated page on its website with a list of supported devices. This list has been now updated with the brand-new Samsung Galaxy S21 series, a bunch of OPPO smartphones, and a TCL handset.
According to the update list, Netlfix can be now streamed in HD and HDR on the following phones.
It is interesting to know that only the 4G variant of OPPO Reno4 Pro supports Netflix HDR although the 4G variant has the exact same display. Also, all the OPPO handsets listed above are on sale for months but they have received Netlfix certification only now.
On the other hand, the TCL 20 5G launched only last month and the Galaxy S21 series just hit the shelves today.
- Samsung targets shipping 26 million units of Galaxy S21 series smartphones
- Samsung Galaxy S21 does not support the seamless update feature
- Oppo is working on a Smart Tag that might arrive with the Find X3
- MediaTek partners with Oppo, Ericsson and Swiscomm to enable 5G CA and VoNR
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