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How to Stream Netflix in 4k

Want to stream Netflix in crisp and clear 4K? There is now a wealth of Ultra HD content to enjoy including Blue Planet II, Roma, Stranger Things, Black Mirror and much more. However, you need to have the right gear, account and internet if you want to get started! In this article we will try to teach you how to Stream Netflix in 4k.

To be clear, 4K and Ultra HD are basically the same thing. It’s currently the highest resolution your screen is likely to have, with four times the pixels of HD (hence the “4” in the name). It’s the kind of resolution you’ll see in most mainstream cinemas today.

Do you want to have the best cinema experience in your home? Whether you’re a movie buff or prefer to watch a series on Netflix in one sitting, doing so with higher video quality will surely enhance your viewing experience. The Netflix 4K Ultra HD plan is what you need.

How to Watch Netflix in 4k

  • press the Netflix button from your Remote
  • If prompted, under Who’s Watching Netflix, select your profile.
  • Press the left arrow button on the remote control to navigate to the menu area.
  • Use the down arrow to scroll down and select Settings.
  • Check your plan under Plan Information. If it support 4K, if not then change your plan.
  • Then, find the 4K content and play it.

Final Words

That’s it with our article on Stream Netflix in 4k resolution. The availability of 4K Ultra HD TVs has increased, but the availability of true 4K content to watch has increased, but has lagged behind. Streaming Netflix in 4K is probably the best way to watch your favorite shows and movies as it guarantees the highest quality possible. At 4K, you can expect to see every detail, crisp images and vibrant colors.

I hope you understand this article, How to Stream Netflix in 4k.

James Hogan
James Hogan
James Hogan is a senior staff writer at Bollyinside, where he has been covering various topics, including laptops, gaming gear, keyboards, storage, and more. During that period, they evaluated hundreds of laptops and thousands of accessories and built a collection of entirely too many mechanical keyboards for their own use.


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