Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is one of the best smartphones launched by the company for the high-end budget segment. There are two versions of the phone, Note 10 and Note 10+ and there are only a few differences between the two, only in their price and screen dimensions. Note 10+ plus is bigger with the screen of 6.8 inches while Note 10 has 6.3 inches.
But the thing that makes the device stand apart from its competition is the super AMOLED Full HD+ display screen. Super AMOLED display is considered the best when comes to display screen. The phone runs on Samsung Exynos 9825 chipset which is capable of handling the high graphic tasks. The feature of controlling the display resolution comes in handy to make the phone battery efficient. If you are a Galaxy Note 10 user and searching on tricks on how to adjust screen solution on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 then check out the content below.
Advantages and disadvantages
Before changing the screen resolution, you need to understand the advantages and disadvantages of changing it. If you turn your resolution to a higher pixel level than it will enhance your graphic qualities while draining more power from your battery. The higher pixel level will give more stress to your GPU giving better animation. The lower pixel intensity level will degrade your phone graphics quality but will enhance the battery life of your device. The phone is generally set to FHD+ graphics setting which is recommended for your device but you can change it by following the steps mentioned below. If you have any other queries regarding changing screen mode or resolution then feel free to make a comment.
Steps to adjust the screen solution
Adjusting screen solution is a very easy task; you can do this by following these simple steps:
- Go to settings
- Click on the ‘Display’ option
- Tap on Screen resolution
- Now tap on any of the three desired options i.e., HD+, FHD+, and WQHD+.
The HD+ display gives you a resolution 1280 * 720 pixels which are also called as 720p. The FHD+ display gives you a resolution of 1920 * 1080 pixels having a PPI of 432. The WQHD+ display gives you a resolution of 2560 * 1440 pixels having a PPI of 577.
- Choose the one you want and click on ‘Apply’. The desired resolution gets applied to your screen.
Steps to change color profiles
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 offers its users to change screen mode as per their desire. You can select the display colors and add filters to your device. To change the screen mode, follow the steps below:
- Go to settings
- Click on the ‘Display’ option.
- Tap on ‘Screen mode’.
- You can now select from the 2 available screen mode options i.e., Vivid and natural.
The vivid mode generally gives more saturated colors while the natural mode gives realistic colors. You can see the sample image of both the screen modes before choosing one.
If you choose vivid screen mode then you can control the display presentation by setting the color tone of the screen manually. You can use the slide to add a cooler or warmer filter to your display. To enhance your display quality, you can go to the advanced settings and add more green, blue or red to your color combination.