Adjust Color Saturation Levels on your Galaxy S7
The beautiful Galaxy S7 phone is hard to beat these days. The handset that I am telling you about has an amazingly polished design, a powerful processor, microSD storage slot and water-resistant features, not to mention that Galaxy S7 comes with a 5.1 in Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1,440 x 2,560 pixels– the same as last year’s Samsung Galaxy S6 – and it’s as sharp as it can be.
Yes, this model comes with one of the clearest and most vibrant displays that you can find on any device from the current market. Its color quality is excellent. The phone has several different modes available to use, and it ships with the eye-catching Adaptive mode enabled. Even more, Samsung’s Adaptive mode successfully manages to present eye-popping graphics without looking too unnatural and covers no less than 100% of the sRGB color space.
However, despite of the fact that Samsung has long perfected the art of producing top-notch screens on its smartphones and I don’t want to be the grumpy figure that ruins your plans and expectations, the truth is that its over-saturated color palette from Galaxy S7 isn’t for everyone. The oversaturated colors typical of Super AMOLED technology are still there and not all like this.
I don’t know about you, but I have been trying to find a way to adjust this. I find the colors of the display slightly over saturated all the way to annoying, so is there any possibility to adjust the device’s color saturation levels?
Believe it or not, Samsung though about this too and has provided users with the facility to alter the screen settings to obtain a more natural color accuracy. The procedure is far from complicated and it comes with no risks, so here’s what you have to do:
Adjust Color Saturation Levels on your Galaxy S7:
- Open up Settings;
- Locate and select Display;
- Up next, you have to hit Screen Mode;
- Switch the option from Adaptive Display to Basic;
- Tap the Back button to save your changes.
Like that, the warmth of the colors will tone down significantly and will be much more accurate. You will see a major difference in the saturation levels.
Do not leave aside the app known as Screen Adjuster from Google Play – grab it from here, and while it does have a nice set of adjustments, you can only adjust various color levels in the + plus range and this does not allow for actually lowering the overall saturation level.