The Google Pixel 4 isn’t real yet, but it already supports Netflix HDR

Netflix has just added another crop of phones to its list of HDR-supported devices – i.e. phones and tablets that can stream shows and movies in HDR10.Phones getting brighter, more colorful video support include the Google Pixel 3, Google Pixel 3 XL, Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Sony Xperia 1 and LG G6. Oh, and the Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL … which is weird because neither have been officially announced by Google.The common thread between all these devices is that they all use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, 845 or 855 processor – moderately powerful pieces of silicon that can process HDR data – and corroborates the rumors that the Pixel 4 will be running the Snapdragon 855 processor as well. 
How to get Netflix in HDR10 on your phone
While streaming Netflix in HDR on your Google Pixel 4 might prove challenging until the phones materialize at Google’s upcoming October Pixel event, Netflix says you can immediately start streaming in HDR on the other phones listed above – just look for the updated Netflix app in the Google Play Store. Of course, don’t forget that you’ll need to be paying for Netflix’s premium plan that costs $15.99 (£11.99, $17.99) per month in order to access the high dynamic range content. (The same goes for HDR-capable TVs and streaming devices, too.)That said, once you’re all paid up and your phone’s up-to-date, you’ll be treated to HDR content wherever you go – a nice perk if you want the best-looking content on your next trip. 
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