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YouTube Adds Support For HDR Playback On Select Mobile Devices

YouTube has launched support for high dynamic range (HDR) playback -- or technology that improves the contrast, clarity, and color range of video streams -- on select mobile devices. While HDR videos have been supported by YouTube on compatible televisions -- including the Chromecast Ultra and all 2016 Samsung Ultra-High Definition TVs -- since last November, the company said today that it was rolling out HDR tech to the mobile sphere.
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