At Samsung’s Unpacked event today, the company explained how the company next flagship Galaxy Note 9 is a YouTube Signature Device, said to produce a good video watching experience even the best on its way. This initiative is part of the Google video site’s new Device Report to test phones and work with manufacturers on creating a “best-in-class YouTube experience.”
According to the Verge report, The YouTube Device Report currently lists 18 phones from Samsung, Sony, HTC, OnePlus, LG, Xiaomi, Nokia, and Google that deliver the best experiences and are classified as “Signature Devices.” Smartphones on this list must support the six following technologies:
HDR: With support for High Dynamic Range (HDR), you’ll see videos that are richer in detail, with true-to-life colors.
360° video: By the 360° videos you’re in control of the viewing experience, through on-screen controls or through a VR headset.
4K decoding: While some devices display 4K on their screens, 4K decoding ensures that you’ll see videos in high resolution and stunning clarity on VR, delivering riveting experiences.
High frame rate: This is for game lovers, or even if you are a sports lover this is for you all. Support for high frame rate (anything greater than 60 frames per second) means you get super smooth video playback.
Next generation video codecs: Watch high-resolution videos on YouTube while using up to 30% less bandwidth. 2019 Signature Devices are built with hardware VP9 profile 2 decoding, an advanced video codec technology.
Reliable DRM performance: From YouTube TV to rental movies, Signature Devices seamlessly stream premium content without disrupting your viewing experience.
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