We entered 2017 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 is still the flagship of the Korean firm (next to the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge version). In fact, a few days ago he received the new version of Android 7 Nougat in the form of a beta version. With this new version of the operating system we have the option to adjust the screen resolution of Samsung Galaxy S7.
From the above, we have as main requirement to have installed the beta version of Android 7 Nougat on our Samsung Galaxy S7 or Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge .
How to adjust the screen resolution of the Samsung Galaxy S7.
For users who are not very involved in the issue of screen resolutions, say that the Samsung Galaxy S7 has support for three different resolutions:
- HD : resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels.
- Full HD : resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels.
- WQHD (2K) : 1440 x 2560 pixels.
The screen resolution directly affects the quality with which we see the different elements of the screen, from the user interface, sources, videos or images. Adjust the screen resolution according to the use that we give to the mobile is a very interesting option and that can help us to extend the battery. The lower the resolution, the less image quality, but the battery consumption is reduced.
The steps to change the screen resolution of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge are:
- Access the device settings and select the "Screen" section .
- Next we select the option "Screen resolution" and we will see a small scrollable bar in which to select one of the three resolutions supported.
When a screen resolution change is made, all the applications that are running in the background are closed, so make sure you do not have any pending work before changing the screen resolution.