How To Adjust Display Settings Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+

Underneath We’ll Get Into A Portion Of Arrangements on How To Adjust Display Settings Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+:

 

The Samsung Galaxy S9 makes it one stride further. The most extreme screen resolution on the Samsung Galaxy S9 is 2,960×1,440 pixels (otherwise called WQHD+). You have the freedom to modify the resolution of your phone screen, to preserve battery life. The screen resolution can be brought down to 1,480×720 pixels, which still falls under the HD classification.

The new Samsung Galaxy S9 device has not had any outline upgrades from its predecessors. Your fresh out of the plastic new Samsung Galaxy S9 will convey a similar edge to edge innovation with WQHD+ super AMOLED Infinity displays.

The back panel has had a few changes made. A finger sensor has been placed beneath the camera. The Samsung Galaxy S9 accompanies another Intelligent Scan Technology. It comprises of a bio-metric feature that makes utilization of your face and iris to open / unlock the phone. This should likewise be possible in testing lighting conditions like in entire haziness or even under serious daylight. This could turn out to be a distinct advantage of the smartphone.

 

From a Home screen, swipe up or down from the center of the display to access the apps screen.

These instructions only apply to Standard mode and the default Home screen layout.

Navigate: Settings Settings icon > Display.

Tap the switch for any of the following to turn on Switch on or off Switch off:

If necessary, tap each option to configure additional settings.

Blue light filter
LED indicator
Block accidental touches
Screen saver

Tap Screen mode then select an option (e.g., Adaptive display, Basic, etc.)
Tap Screen resolution, select an option (HD+ 1480×720, FHD+ 2220×1080 or WQHD 2960×1440) then tap APPLY (upper-right).

Tap Icon frames, select an option (Icons only, Icon with frames) then tap DONE (upper-right).

 

Tap Edge screen then configure any of the following:
Edge panels
Tap the switch to turn on or off.
Edge lighting
Tap the switch to turn on or off.

Tap Status bar then tap the following to turn on or off:

Show recent notifications only

Show battery percentage

Tap the left Arrow icon < (upper-left) to return to the Display screen.

 

Tap Navigation bar then configure any of the following:

Show and hide button

Tap the switch to turn on or off.

Background color

Hard press Home button

Tap the switch to turn on or off.

Unlock with Home button

Tap the switch to turn on or off.

 

Button layout

Tap the left Arrow icon to return to the Display screen.

Tap Screen timeout then select an option (e.g., 15 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, etc.)

 

 

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