Google Play Movies & TV rolls out HDR cast support to Nvidia Shield TV and Sony Smart TVs

| June 30, 2018

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Google Play Movies & TV has now offers HDR cast support to compatible Nvidia Shield TV and Sony Smart TVs. It is to be noted that HDR videos will play only after enabling HDR playback that produces improved picture quality, richer colors, and looks more like real life. Moreover, it will only work if it’s casted from another device. According to Google’s 4K/HDR support page, in order to play the HDR content, you also require a stable internet connection that is capable of offering a consistent download speed of at least 15 megabits per second or even higher.

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