The Samsung Galaxy S7 is the latest smartphone in the market with great features and specs. It comes with various tweaks for its TouchWiz UI designed by Samsung and runs top of Android. It features a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1440×2560 pixels and a pixel density of 577 PPI. It offers a wide spectrum of vivid colors and it’s absolutely beautiful to look at. Samsung has introduced the Always-ON display which keeps the screen ON always to display some important information like time, weather information etc…
This feature allows the smartphone to function even when the screen is locked. You can also get alerts for missed calls, text messages as well. Other additions are that you can choose from seven types of clock styles, from basic analog to digital. You can even set a background image for the clock on display and there are two designs for the calendar as well. Samsung claims that this feature won’t be hard on your battery, but if you want to disable it, here’s how to.
How To Enable or Disable Samsung Galaxy S7 Always-On Display
- Unlock your phone by pressing the lock/power button and go to apps.
- Now click on the Settings icon. Search or scroll down to find the Display option.
- Select the Always-On Display option.
- You will find the button to toggle between on and off. Swipe it left to turn the Always-on Display or Swipe right to turn it off.
Wasn’t that easy? Now you know how to enable or disable the Always-On Display feature on your Samsung Galaxy S7 device and it’s exactly the same for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge users as well.
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