The South Korean giant Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 + are two of the best devices we have been able to test during this year 2017. However, its older brother, Note 8, came with several novelties that left them a step behind, of course.
So, today, we have good news for Samsung Galaxy S8 owners and it is that YouTube has updated its platform to give HDR support to these models.
As the HDR content is the future. The video giant YouTube and Netflix already offer content of this type, and it is a real pleasure to enjoy the same in our devices. However, as we can read in GSMarena, the video giant YouTube had not enabled its HDR content for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, although their screens were ready to play it.
Moreover, here’s the list of the first batch of devices that will receive the HDR update:-
- Galaxy Note 8
- Galaxy S8
- Galaxy S8+
- LG V30
- Xperia XZ Premium
The latest YouTube update finally enables this option, so you can enjoy videos in 2K resolution and recorded in HDR. This technology makes the videos look much more dynamic, and it is simply a spectacular experience.
As you will understand, at the moment, there is not much content recorded with this format, but with the passage of time the video giant YouTube’s platform will be filled with these videos, and only a privileged few will be able to enjoy them.
So, just go to the Play Store simply to update your YouTube app, you do not have to do anything else. Just accept the update and start enjoying HDR content on your device and if you liked this article then simply do not forget to share this article with your friends and family.