Change Galaxy Note 9 Screen Resolution
Your Note’s default settings are pretty much what you are expecting to get, but a few tweaks could make it so much better. For example, what do you think about the fact that out of the box, your Galaxy Note 9 won’t have the maximum screen resolution turned on by default? It’s clear that this has to do with the company’s intention to help you conserve as much battery life as possible.
The Note 9 may have just been declared the best smartphone display ever, but you should be aware of the fact that using the phone at full resolution has an impact on battery life. And the screen still looks good at 2,220 x 1,080 resolution too, but something tells me that you have an annoying voice in your head that tells you that since you bought the best big-screen smartphone of the moment, it’s only natural to want a resolution to match the phone’s 6.4-inch screen.
Even if you can set your Galaxy Note 9 screen resolution to any of these values: HD+ 1480×720, FHD+ 2220×1080 and WQHD+ 2960×1440, you should better keep in mind that not all apps support all the screen resolution options found on your device. Some of the running apps may close when you change the resolution on your device and others might not work as they did before, so watch out!
For some, the middle option —2,200 x 1,080 — is indeed a happy choice. For others, such a guide is a must for satisfying their thirst for knowing it all. Which type of user are you?
How to Change Galaxy Note 9 Screen Resolution:
- At first, open your App Drawer;
- Then, you need to find the Settings icon;
- Tap Display > Screen resolution;
- Here you are free to drag the slider to the maximum 2,960 x 1,440-pixel resolution.
And remember: the Galaxy Note 9 might have a gigantic 4,000 mAh battery, but things could easily go wild in no time. So, you can even set the resolution to a paltry 1,480 x 720 pixels in case you really want to save on some precious battery juice for later.