In my Oppo Find X2 Pro review, I mentioned that Netflix didn’t support HDR. Well now it does, as well as Amazon Prime Video, joining YouTube in offering a top quality video streaming experience.
The Find X2 Pro is due to go on sale next month, so this means there won’t be any chance of customers missing out on the full potential of the fantastic HDR10+, DisplayMate A+ rated, screen.
Although YouTube worked from the start, other video streaming services require certification before allowing even HD content to be streamed, let alone HDR.
The QHD+ display with over a billion colours clearly can’t be fully appreciated with standard definition content, so it’s great that the key services enjoyed in the UK are now fully supported.