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Question on Video quality selection - 5t

  1. TheDopeOn Donut Jan 13, 2018

    TheDopeOn, Jan 13, 2018 :
    I'm confused why OnePlus 5t doesn't support 1440p video quality selection while watching videos in YouTube while my good old iPhone 6s supports it. Any thoughts?
     

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  2. BryanTiang15 Froyo Jan 13, 2018

    BryanTiang15, Jan 13, 2018 :
    Welp. Looks like it's time for a software update ;p but isn't watching in a higher resolution more battery draining?
     

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  3. GopalB. Marshmallow Jan 13, 2018

    GopalB., Jan 13, 2018 :
    Why???
    Do you know the resolution of your screen???
    So why you wanna play videos exceeding that???

    I guess you got the answer...
     

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  4. iambear Froyo Jan 13, 2018

    iambear, Jan 13, 2018 :
    Like most replies on this forum, this guy is making no sense ^^^

    I never noticed you can't go to 1440p in YT. I never really bothered to change the quality since it looks great at 720 or 1080.
    I'm guessing it's either a 5T software issue or a YT app thing with the 18:9 screen.
    Have you tried going into Compatibility mode(I think that's what it's called).
     
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  5. GopalB. Marshmallow Jan 13, 2018

    GopalB., Jan 13, 2018 :
    Really...
    That's the software capping due to hardware limitations...
     

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  6. S1514113198837 Donut Jan 13, 2018


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  7. G_Jessie_Tomich_izOb Gingerbread Jan 13, 2018


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  8. haimgreenberg Honeycomb Jan 13, 2018

    haimgreenberg, Jan 13, 2018 :
    bullshit
     

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  9. DoKaTSuYa Donut Jan 14, 2018

    DoKaTSuYa, Jan 14, 2018 :
    1440p video looks better than 1080p video in a 1080p screen. It's a fact. Because there's not only resolution in video but mbps too. In 1440p the mbps is higher so as I said it will looks better even if your screen is only 1080p...
     

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  10. tb77 Froyo Jan 14, 2018


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  11. Z1513349951901 Cupcake Jan 14, 2018


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  12. tb77 Froyo Jan 14, 2018

    tb77, Jan 14, 2018 :
    he is right, BUT you probably won't notice the difference on a 6" screen.
     

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