Netflix requires device certification to play content in any format. From time to time, the video streaming giant updates its list of officially supported devices. The last change in the list brings back the Pixel 4 series and adds new devices OnePlus and Oppo .
Before the debut of Google the Pixel 4 series were added to the officially supported HDR devices on the official Netflix website. But they were soon removed as they weren't official yet. Now that Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are available for sale, Netflix will add them to you after 5 months from the list Begin.
The official Netflix HDR list also adds some OnePlus devices, namely OnePlus 7T and ] OnePlus 7T Pro which both came onto the market at about the same time as the Pixel 4 series. Oddly enough, the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition is still missing. Hopefully this will be listed soon as it is the most expensive smartphone that OnePlus has brought to the market so far and has all the necessary hardware requirements for HDR playback.
Finally, the newly introduced Oppo Find X2 and Find X2 Pro make it onto the list. It is worth noting that only selected models have been listed and that they are PDEM10, PEDT10, CPH2023, PDEM30 and CPH2025.
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