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How to enable screen mode on Galaxy Note 8

Galaxy Note 8 launched with great features including live message, S Pen, Super AMOLED panel, sport dual camera and more. In this tutorial, I will show you complete guide to enable screen mode on Galaxy Note 8. Galaxy Note 8’s AMOLED display is one of the largest, brightest and details screens. It provides terrific flexibility in how look items.

You can turn on screen mode on galaxy Note 8 using display settings. Galaxy Note 8 has four modes including Adaptive display, AMOLED cinema, AMOLED photo and Basic. These modes helpful to color temperature adjustment and ability to fine tune color balance, also customize it for your choice. Follow below given step by step guide to enable screen mode on Galaxy Note 8 device.


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How to enable screen mode on Galaxy Note 8

Enable screen mode on Galaxy Note 8

Step 1: Go to settings in your Samsung galaxy Note 8

Step 2: Tap Display

Step 3: Tap screen mode

You will see four display modes including Adaptive display, AMOLED cinema, AMOLED photo and Basic. Now enable screen mode on Galaxy Note 8 device.

Adaptive display

It will helpful to adjust the screen color temperature and set display balance between red, blue and green. This Adaptive display setting is not available with photo or other basic settings. In short adjustment based on display screen in your galaxy Note 8.

AMOLED Photo

This display mode added more saturation. AMOLED photo has work with RGB color space, which is larger compare to sRGB.

AMOLED Cinema

AMOLED Cinema mode provides more saturation and display looks dashing and artificial. You will enjoy more when watching movies or videos on your galaxy Note 8 device.

Basic:

Basic mode is one type of sRGB standard.

And that’s all about Samsung galaxy Note 8 screen mode settings.

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In display settings, you will turn on blue light filter on Samsung galaxy Note 8 device.

Settings > Display > Blue light filter

After enabled blue light filter, you will see the galaxy Note 8 screen has changed and looks like yellow. This screen will bring with less blue light to your eyes when reading or working at night.

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