Samsung has announced that its upcoming lineup of TVs will support the new HDR10+ Adaptive feature, allowing HDR content to work better in different lighting conditions, starting with Prime Video.
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Netflix users have reported seeing an HDR badge on supported content on the Pixel 3 and 3 XL. Netflix has not added the device to its list of supported phones yet and it is not available to everyone.
According to two new commits to the Chromium gerrit, Google Chrome on Android could soon be updated to support HDR content, something that Android has supported for some time now.
If you have a supported Samsung TV, a new update will be rolling out that will enable YouTube's HDR content. The update will go live in December and will roll out globally in the coming weeks.
Google has announced that it has added support for high dynamic range on YouTube, offering access to HDR videos for those with supported devices, and allowing all users to upload HDR videos.
On stage at E3, Microsoft has just unveiled its new, updated Xbox, dubbed the Xbox One S. The new console is significantly smaller than the One, support 4K video and comes with an updated controller.