Recently, the YouTube Android app has now got 4K HDR playback support. Both iOS and Android users would be able to use 4K HDR support. However, this will only be applicable if, the video is uploaded in 4K HDR quality. And, the smartphone should feature 4K HDR support. Android users will be able to see this option as 2160p (4K) HDR.
Android Police had first spotted this feature. Now, As per Gadgets360, it is also available on Samsung Galaxy Note 20. To check whether you have received the feature or not. You have to click on the video and have to check its quality setting to see the option. If you have not received this feature yet. Either you can wait for the update or you can download the app from other sources.
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