March been an amazing month for Samsung. Following the debut of the new Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup of flagships, Samsung has announced a ton of goodies to go along with their new devices. However, it seems like that excitement may be elevated even further as Netflix has just announced that the new Galaxy S10 lineup of flagships as well as the new budget-oriented Galaxy M10, M20 & M30 are HD and HDR certified.
The newly-introduced Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup features the best display on the market hands down, completely obliterating the competition. Featuring 1200-nits and a 3040 x 1440 display, the Samsung Galaxy S10 needs those certs to take full advantage of those new displays.
From now on Netflix would be delivering HD and HDR content to Samsung’s latest additions as well as “generally” supporting the new media playback features on chipsets such as the Snapdragon 675, 710, and 855. To keep things clear, it seems like HD support is coming to all variants of the Galaxy M10, M20, and M30.
HD & HDR Support
- Samsung Galaxy S10
- Samsung Galaxy S10e
- Samsung Galaxy S10+
- Samsung M10 (SM-M105G, SM-M105M, SM-M105F, SM-M105Y)
- Samsung M20 (SM-M205M, SM-M205F, SM-M205G, SM-M205FN)
- Samsung M30 (SM-M305F, SM-M305FN, SM-M3050, SM-M305M)
Now that these devices have been certified, you could rest assured that these devices would now be able to playback your favorite content as you desired.
Whether the Snapdragon SoC’s end up certified globally is yet to be seen though given how Xiaomi and OnePlus had to go through the process of enabling their