Performance is the main thing demanded by smartphone users. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is one of the best devices in terms of performance. This device is powered by the Samsung Exynos 9825 processor which is very powerful and can handle multitasking with ease. The phone generally comes with moderate settings which can be changed to get better performance. If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and looking for settings to enhance your device then check out the content below on how to improve Note 10 performance. You can apply these and speed up and enhance your device performance.
Restart your phone
If you need a boost in performance, the simplest way to achieve that is by restarting your phone. It will close the bunch of apps and processes that run in the background, and you’ll notice that your phone runs smoother and better.
Update your operating system and apps
The first thing you should do to improve the performance of your Note 10 is to regularly update the system software and apps. This will allow you to access the latest features offered on the Galaxy Note 10. It is important to update the operating system as the new updates generally fix the unwanted bugs that reduce your device performance. The regular updates keep you safe from security brisk. It is recommended to enable the ‘Auto download over Wi-Fi’ by going to Settings > Software update to download the updates when there is an active Wi-Fi connection.
Also, head to Play Store and tap on the hamburger icon. Then tap on My apps & games. Tap Update all. This way, you’ll update all your apps at once.
Enable Dolby Atmos
If you want to enhance the sound quality of your device than it is recommended to enable Dolby Atmos. Dolby Atmos is a sound system technology that allows enhancing the music listening experience when selected. It’s also great when you play games. Generally, Dolby Atmos is off in the Galaxy Note 10. You can enable it by following the given steps:
- Go to settings
- Tap on Sounds
- Click on Advanced Sound Settings
- Tap on Sound quality and effects
- Then, enable the Dolby Atmos to auto.
Adjust screen resolution
If you want to enhance your battery life than you can do it by lowering the screen resolution. Generally, the device is set up at FHD+ resolution with 2280 * 1080 pixels. If you want higher graphics experience which consumes more battery than you can switch your resolution to WQHD+ with 3040 * 1440 pixels. This resolution is the highest limit which you can set on Galaxy Note 10. There is one more resolution – HD+ resolution with 1520 * 720 pixels which is battery efficient and can enhance your power more as compared to FHD+ and WQHD+ resolution. You can also change the screen mode to get more graphic qualities. You can select vivid screen mode which allows you to control the warm and cool of your display colors. But if you want realistic colors than you can stick to the natural screen mode. You can also make use of the Night mode to enhance the battery life of your device. The night mode can be enabled by the following steps:
- Go to Settings
- Tap on Display
- Tap on Night Mode by sliding the button.
Enable High-Performance mode
There is an inbuilt high-performance mode in Samsung Galaxy Note 10 which you can try out to enhance the performance. However, you cannot see any big difference by enabling it but the company claims that it works fine. To enable the high-performance mode to follow the steps:
- Go to Settings
- Tap on Device care
- Select battery
- Tap on Power mode
- Select ‘High Performance’ and click on the Apply button.
You can also use the power saving modes to enhances the performance by killing the background applications, thus saving battery life and reducing the stress on the chipset.
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