Alphabet Inc. owned YouTube which is the biggest streaming platform on the planet has been able to provide 4K HDR support on its video-streaming. The high-quality streaming was available on iOS earlier but now the US-based streaming service has extended the support for Android users too.
How To Access 4K HDR Streaming On YouTube’s Android App?
Before the most recent support, Android users were only being offered video streaming in 1440p resolution regardless of whether their phone screens were able to support streaming of higher resolution.
The users of YouTube’s Android application will now be able to select 2160p (4K) HDR after clicking on the three dots on their video player. If you are unable to see that option, chances are that you may have not updated your app to the latest version.
As per details, the latest update of the YouTube app which has this update was released on February 18th.