- YouTube brings a new change to the platform.
- The company will enable users to watch videos at high resolution videos.
- It is a server side update.
YouTube the world’s most favourite video hub and the developers of the platform bring changes on the regular basis. Well, today the company has announced a new implementation on the board and the same will enable users to watch high resolution videos on their smartphones. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out all the available information about the same.
The developers of YouTube have updated its platform with a new implementation and the same will enable 4K videos on smartphones that don’t have the 4K enabled display.
Well, now you may be wondering how the thing is going to be possible and don’t think that the same is not a prank. YouTube has implemented the same and the interesting feature has enabled the ability to playback videos at up to 4K resolution at 60FPS with HDR on devices with lower res-displays.
It is worth mentioning that the new implementation will be available via the server side roll out and that means you may not get the ability to watch 4K videos even you are on the latest version of the YouTube app on your mobile.
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