How to squeeze the screen of the Galaxy S20 to the maximum: the best settings

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The range of the Galaxy S20 is one of the best that has been launched in 2020 in Spain. An aspect that stands out in these three new high-end Samsung is its screen, thanks to its resolution and also the presence of a refresh rate of 120 Hz in it, which makes them perfect when playing games. These screens give us many possibilities to squeeze them.

In fact, in the own settings of these Galaxy S20 There are a number of options with which to get the most out of the screen. This will allow us to use this Samsung high-end in the best possible way and enjoy the best possible user experience.

Refresh rate of the Galaxy S20

Change refresh rate Galaxy S20

The Galaxy S20s come with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, although by default a refresh rate of 60 Hz is used. If you want, you can configure it so that the refresh rate of 120 Hz is used at all times, which is a good option when playing games or watching videos on the phone. . The settings allow you to choose one of the two, the one that suits each one. The steps to follow are:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Enter the Screen section.
  3. Go to the Fluency of movements option.
  4. Select the desired refresh rate.
  5. Click Apply.

Screen sensitivity

Touch sensitivity Galaxy S20

As you already know, the Galaxy S20 range comes with a standard screen protector. This is something that can have an influence when using it, since screen response may be slightly slower, such as when we are playing, where the screen needs to always respond quickly. In this situation, it is best to increase the sensitivity of the screen, so that it reacts to any touch. The steps to follow are:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Enter Screen.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom and go to Touch Sensitivity.
  4. Activate this option.

Unwanted keystrokes on the Galaxy S20

Accidental keystrokes Galaxy S20

A known situation for any user on Android, not just those who have any of the Galaxy S20, are accidental keystrokes. When having the mobile phone in the pocket in the backpack, this can happen, which is not a problem when having the mobile locked, although the mobile can detect that it has been tried to unlock without success on many occasions and the next time you will have to enter the password, instead of fingerprint unlock. To avoid these accidental keystrokes, you can do this:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Enter the Screen section.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom and go to the Block accidental keystroke section.
  4. Activate this option.

Dark mode

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One UI’s dark mode It is seen as the best on Android according to many and in the Galaxy S20 you can enjoy it to the fullest. When using the dark mode we have several options, since we can activate it whenever we want (possible in the quick settings), but we can also configure its activation daily, so that it is activated at a certain time. To configure it on your phone, you have to follow these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Enter Screen.
  3. Tap Dark Mode Settings.
  4. Configure your activation.

Blue light filter

Galaxy S20 blue light filter

Staring for hours at a mobile screen is something that causes eye strain. Luckily, in the Galaxy S20 we can activate the blue light filter. Activating this blue light filter will reduce the impact in the eyes of the screen, since the colors become more yellow tones, less aggressive. This will make looking at the screen more comfortable and can be especially helpful at the end of the day, such as before bed. The steps to configure this are:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Enter the Screen section.
  3. Go to Blue Light Filter.
  4. Activate this option.
  5. Configure if you want it to be activated at certain times.

Hide the perforation of the Galaxy S20

Hide perforation Galaxy S20

The Galaxy S20 range comes with a hole in the top center of the screen. This hole is really small, so it does not bother at all when using the phone, such as when playing games or watching videos. If this piercing bothers you, there is the possibility to hide it when using certain applications. This is something you can do with these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Enter the Screen section.
  3. Go to Apps full screen.
  4. Select the apps you want to use in full screen.
  5. Click on the three vertical dots.
  6. Enter Advanced Settings.
  7. Activate the Hide camera aperture option.

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