Samsung's 4KTVs have been shipping with native support for YouTube streaming and will already autoplay UHD video content as long as there is a strong enough Internet connection to handle it. As of today, this streaming capability will also extend to automatic HDR streaming for uploaded content that meets HDR standards.
The YouTube app update was pushed out over the air, so now all of Samsung's newer UHD and Quantum Dot TVs will be able to access HDR streaming through the video network. For someone with another TV model with UHD and HDR capabilities, you can always pick up one of Google's new Chromecast Ultra devices that support both of these features.
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