The Galaxy Note8 is Samsung’s first flagship phone to have an OLED screen, but it’s also the first phone to feature a curved OLED display.
The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus feature curved OLED displays, but they’re not the only curved devices Samsung has made.
The company is also rumored to have a curved display on its upcoming Galaxy Note 10.1, which would be the first Samsung phone to come with a curved screen.
In this article, we’ll walk you through how to get your Galaxy Note line of phones to use curved displays and how to change your settings on the Galaxy Note devices.1.
Find the screen size you want.
If you want to keep your Galaxy S7 or S8 or S9 or Note8 to be the most affordable phones available, you need to choose the size of the screen.
Samsung offers three sizes of OLED displays.
The first, 16:9, has a screen size of 18.7 inches.
The second, 23:9 and the third, 27:9 all have screens of 24 inches or larger.
Samsung also offers a smaller 16:10, 17:10 and 17:9 display, which is what you’ll see in the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S11.2.
Find out which display is best for you.
To find out which screen is best suited to your needs, we recommend looking at the display specs of the phone you’re buying.
For example, the Samsung S8 has a 21.5-inch AMOLED display, the Galaxy X will have a 21-inch LCD display, and the Galaxy 10 will have an 18.5 inches display.3.
Choose a screen resolution.
You don’t have to use the exact screen resolution that you’re purchasing if you’re interested in a curved device.
You can use the maximum resolution available on your device, and you can also choose a screen ratio of 1:1.
The ratio you choose will determine the ratio of the display.
A ratio of 100% is the default for the Galaxy device.4.
Adjust your settings.
Once you’ve selected the screen resolution and screen ratio, you’ll need to adjust the screen brightness, contrast, and color saturation.
You’ll also need to change the colorscale and contrast.5.
Choose the correct battery charge status.
Battery life is the best way to know how long your phone will last.
Most phones will only last about two days, but some phones will last up to seven days.
To know how your phone is doing, we’ve included battery life in our Battery Life section below.6.
Apply your settings to your Galaxy.
Now you’re ready to go!
You can change the brightness, color saturation, contrast and brightness of your display.
We’ve also included brightness, white balance and contrast in the Battery Life sections below.7.
Turn your Galaxy into a mobile workstation.
If your Galaxy is your smartphone’s primary screen, you can use it as a mobile workspace.
Samsung has released a series of apps that can be used to manage tasks, like music streaming and photo editing.
You may also want to set up a Bluetooth remote so that your phone can control your device from the Internet.8.
Go to Settings to find out how to configure your Galaxy devices.9.
If you’re looking for a good wireless charger, check out our Wireless Chargers section.