Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy Note 7 has come with the Always on Display’s new version with improved features in order to help users get the most out of this Phablet even when its screen is not on. In this post, we will be discussing how to take the benefit of this feature on the Galaxy Note 7, which will go on sale on 2nd September in Europe.
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The Always on Display helps users check their notifications from apps, for example, song information from music applications and calendars for events. Users can also access essential details like missed calls, date and time.
Now it’s easier for reacting to the notifications of an app launch by easily tapping the notification which is being shown with the new Direct Access feature. This extra function makes it potential for the users for stopping a song, editing calendar details and replying to messages.
For writing a note, you don’t require unlocking your Note 7 or starting the memo application anymore. Rather you can only use the S Pen and then start jotting down, utilising the Screen-off Memo feature. Just pin the note to the Always on Display screen, if you want it for remaining visible like a sticky note on your system which makes you remember the vital events. Just double tap the Memo icon for pinning the note. Likewise, you can store these memos directly in the Samsung Notes app from the Always on Display screen.
Power saving feature:
In spite of displaying necessary information, the Always on Display is power effective because it uses a small amount of battery, lesser than one percent. Additionally, Samsung proclaims for having lessened the power consumption of different elements of the Note 7’s Super AMOLED screen like DDI (Display Driver IC), which consumes a huge amount of the processor, other sensors, and power.
To reduce power consumption, Samsung has utilised a technology which allows users for turning on or off the Always on Display. The Note 7’s accelerometer, RGB light sensors, and proximity decides if the Always on Display requires being turned on or off. For example, if the Note 7 senses that the device is in the pocket, the feature will get disabled.
Additionally, the feature instantly turns off whether the phone’s battery goes under 5% or when a user enables the Night Clock mode that can be availed from the edge display.
A large number of personalisations are offered by the Always on Display feature and from the settings menu, this can be done by selecting from a large range of clock modes and faces, images and calendars. Any image can be used both choosing directly from the Gallery of your smartphone or by downloading from the internet and utilise it as the background of Always on Display. You can also play with other things such as editing font colour and style in order to set your personal signature.
So, now take the most out of these benefits of the Note 7’s screen by getting access to Always on Display feature.