Sony Xperia XZ Premium is the second Android smartphone that gets compatibility with Netflix HDR content after its initial debut with the LG G6. But, in this case there is no Dolby Vision certification for Sony, but it’s available on the LG G6.
So if you have the most expensive Netflix subscription and you own the latest top flagship of the Japanese manufacturer, just update the latest Netflix Android app, and you’ll be able to view all of those content made with the DCI-P3 color range.
Netflix obviously requires more bandwidth when streaming to Dolby Vision or HDR to Ultra HD resolution, it recommends a minimum bandwidth of 25Mbps, alternatively there will be an automatic switch to HDR in 1080p resolution. The title in Ultra HD can weigh up to 7GB, an HD instead of 3GB, so keep an eye on your data plans and offline downloads, using Wi-Fi is absolutely recommended. Also note that not all titles can be displayed in HDR or Dolby-Vision.
Sony Xperia XZ Premium (quick review) is available online from Amazon store at $799.99 in USA and £623.66 in UK with £25.34 discount at the writing time. The quality ratio is good and is the best device in this price range.