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Galaxy S8 and Note 8 are the first mobiles to get YouTube HDR support

Samsung Galaxy S8

Google has started rolling out support for the HDR videos in the mobile platform. According to the reports on Reddit an SamMobile, the update is live and offers support for the HDR playback at up to 1080p resolution and 60fps when changing the video quality. Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8 has the HDR screens which can play HDR playback videos very efficiently. The Google has alsos included the other device apart from these two, which includes Pixel, LG V30 and Xperia XZ Premium.

YouTube gained the support for HDR playback in November 2016, but until now the company hasn’t rolled out this feature to any of the smartphones that has HDR screens. Even, Google didn’t add that feature to its very owned flagship Pixel. Now that company has started the rolling out process to Galaxy S8, Note 8, Pixel, LG V30, Xperia XZ premium.

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The company also trying to made this feature available to other smartphones in the near future. Recently Google has changed the UI of the YouTube and also added some important features to the mobile app and dark mode in desktop is now fully functional.

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