Lions, and tigers, and… chimpanzees? Oh my!
Were you completely addicted to Planet Earth and Blue Planet II? If you couldn’t get enough of those documentary series, there’s a new show that you’re going to go absolutely nuts over. Say hello to your new favourite show of 2018 – Dynasties.
What is BBC’s Dynasties?
David Attenborough, much-beloved natural history expert, is back on the BBC once again. Hurrah! His latest documentary series casts its eye on an array of exotic animals as they take the first steps into the dangerous yet exciting realms of parenthood. Spoiler: It will also look at how humanity has played a role in the ever-changing animal world.
So, what can you expect? Well, each episode follows a different species and the 2018 show will include specials on chimpanzees, emperor penguins, hunting dogs, lions, and tigers. Needless to say, it’s certain to be a roaring good time all around.
But, what if you missed the Sunday night show, you’ll need to catch-up, right? For most of us, that could mean on our mobile phones during the morning commute or lunch break. So, here are the mobile phones that have the best screens for viewing your favourite catch-up TV.
What Are the Best Phones to Watch Dynasties On?
Ready to get started? In this list, we look at display size, image quality, brightness and screen resolution, to give you a clear idea of what each mobile offers. With all that in mind, here are the five best devices on which to binge this epic docu-series.
5) Sony Xperia XZ3
The Sony Xperia XZ3 has a seriously impressive screen. The 6-inch 1440 x 2880 OLED display just screams high-end, premium product. However, it’s not just about the baseline specs here. The device has a clearer level of dynamic colour. That means that everything feels brighter and louder.
4) OnePlus 6T
With an 86% body-to-screen ratio, the OnePlus 6T comes close to the all-screen design of the future. We’re all waiting for it. Here, you’ve got a healthy 2340 x 1080 resolution paired with a 6.41-inch AMOLED screen. All in all, it’s hard to knock the display here. Who needs a TV screen when you’ve got this device?
3) Samsung Galaxy S9
When it comes to the Samsung Galaxy S9 screen, one of the biggest things you will notice is that there’s even more brightness. It’s awesomely effective and not to be missed. Yes, this has been ramped up on this model. Add that to the 5.8-inch Super AMOLED display and you’ve got a recipe for success.
2) iPhone Xs Max
iPhone Xs Max boasts the biggest display that we’ve seen so far on an iPhone device. Coming in at a huge 6.5-inches with a HDR display, it’s sure to be just what you need when you’re taking in all the majestic glory of Dynasties. With a 2688 x 1242 resolution, you’re sure to be blown away by this beauty.
1) Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Packing a massive OLED 6.39-inch and a seamless display, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is one of the best phones on which to watch catch-up TV. If you want to see those emperor penguins in all their beautiful glory, you can’t go far wrong with this one. The resolution is nothing to be sniffed at either with a huge 19.5:9 ratio 2K+ offering.
Start Binging Today!
If you choose your new mobile phone on EE, Vodafone or Three, you get to enjoy fast download speeds and excellent UK coverage. If you prefer streaming using your data allowance, EE has the best UK coverage and fast 4G download speeds, giving you the best possible viewing experience on your shiny new phone.
So, what are you waiting for? The first episodes of the show are already available on BBC iPlayer so you’ve got no excuse. Stop whatever you’re doing. Grab your smartphone and start watching right now. You know it makes sense.
Meanwhile, somewhere in Antarctica…
🐧 11,000 birds
🎥 337 days filming
🌪 130kph winds
☀️ 62 days without sun
❄️ -44.3°C temperatures
👨🏻 3 crew members
🎬 1 incredible episode
— BBC Earth (@BBCEarth) November 18, 2018