LG G6 is the first handset that supports the content in HDR10 and Dolby Vision, Although I am sure that does not take much to appear more devices with this feature. At first we think that this will not have any useful further than marketing to sell us your phone.
But, apparently, it will be worth for something rather than to get the quarters, and is that Netflix will soon offer content in HDR10 and Dolby Vision for any mobile device that supports. We are in a was that, inevitably, this type of platforms are eating slowly to lifetime television.
LG G6 will be the first phone that might access the library of HDR content, but in later any mobile that supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision also will have access to this section. As it happened before, the user in question has to be subscribed to the 4 K plan of four members to see HDR content.
But Netflix is not the first company to offer HDR content, Amazon had already announced last year that would have support for these videos in its application Prime for the defunct Galaxy Note 7. Now, with that unexpected, is Netflix who will stay with that part of the cake until companies begin to jump on the bandwagon.
Seems to be that companies such as Netflix, HBO and even YouTube, which aim to give content a la carte, manage your objective that we can access it anytime, anywhere, on any device. If finally this succeeds or not be something that we will know in time. You seem a good idea or think it will not fit yet?