When you turn off the Galaxy Note 8 screen, it’s still around. A small area indicates battery degree, date, the time and some notifications. It’s referred to as an ‘Always-on Display, ‘ but maybe not everyone enjoys it. Samsung always-on display gives you information At A Glance. Although we recommend keeping it on, some will want to change off it. If this is so, read on for the directions.
To begin with customizing the Always On Display, visit Settings, Lock monitor and security then Always On Display. Now let us see what you could do with this and what’s in there. Automatically, you’ve got six main clock styles to select from world clock, digital clock, analog clock, calendar, image and edge clock. They’re all pretty self-explanatory and have previews of the things they look like generally. It is possible to download Always On Display fashions from Samsung Themes when these choices aren’t to your liking.
Once we said previously, Samsung says the Always-On display uses any battery lifetime. Combine that with studies that claim the normal user turns on the phone over 150 times per day, and also you may observe this can increase battery life.Rather than just turn the full phone on more than 100 times a day, enable the Always-On display to reveal that information. Giving you notifications and more just by glancing over at the phone.The always-on display dims to less setting in a dark room or at night, so it isn’t too distracting. If you move out doors, it gets smarter for enhanced visibility. It is a feature.
Furthermore, Samsung offers lots of customization. It is possible to choose between clocks, backgrounds, or even add the monitor and a calendar. Maybe not to mention something called “fake widgets” at which you’re able to tap the clock, then swipe over for more options. The only person available is music controllers, but we expect others in future upgrades. There’s no way to manually control the brightness or add new widgets (such as a weather icon) however; the AOD continues to be pretty helpful. In closure, Samsung does and can upgrade the Always-On display. Meaning that you could get further refinements or more features over time.