Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is one of the names that is getting the attention of consumers. The phablet possesses many smart advantages, especially the feature to automatically lower the screen brightness to help Note 7 save the most battery.
Samsung chooses to lower the screen resolution of the Samsung galaxy note 7 to full HD or HD to reduce power consumption and save battery for users when needed.
Samsung chooses to lower the screen resolution of the Samsung galaxy note 7 to full HD or HD to reduce power consumption
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 adjusts screen resolution to save battery
The battery saver mode found in today’s smartphones will be turned on when the battery is below about 20%. The machine will reduce the capacity of the processing system, reducing the screen brightness. However, the company is equipped with a battery-saving mode with many differences from the Samsung galaxy note 7 phone.
This feature will be enabled when the battery is below about 20%
True to previous rumors, the Samsung galaxy note 7 allows users to reduce the screen resolution from QHD to full HD or HD to reduce power consumption. This is said to be an effective way because the screen is the component that consumes the most battery on today’s smartphones. The manufacturer offers three modes including Off, Mid, and Max.
Note 7 works properly and keeps the resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels
In off mode, the device will work normally and keep the resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels (515 PPI pixel density). In Mid mode, the device returns to Full HD resolution, the pixel density is 386 PPI. In maximum battery-saving mode, the resolution is only HD, with a pixel density of 258 PPI. In addition, this smartphone will also reduce the brightness by about 80% compared to the normal mode.
Note 7 about Full HD resolution, pixel density is 386 PPI.
According to Samsung’s explanation, this saving mode can help Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones extend battery life up to 35 hours.
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