For the uninitiated, HDR (high dynamic range) is quickly becoming the standard, thanks to its impressive color and contrast presentation. More akin to the visual experience of a cinema, many phones are now able to compete thanks to their screens, which are capable of producing rich saturation, deep blacks and accurate, ultra-bright whites.
To ensure that you’re watching HDR content on Netflix, the company insists that you ensure your phone is updated, and just a little advice from us, make sure you’re wearing headphones for the most immersive experience.
Finally, you'll need the most expensive Netflix plan – Netflix Premium – to get HDR support. It also comes with perks like 4K Ultra HD (not really relevant on a phone) and family-sized streaming capabilities for up to four screens at the same time.