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30+ Samsung Galaxy S10 tips and tricks


Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 smartphones are among some of the best devices we’ve tested in a long time. Along with their incredible hardware, Samsung has packed in quite a few unique software features which allow you to customize the phones to your heart’s content.

If you’re not familiar with Samsung’s new One UI software skin or simply don’t know all the features that are available in these new phones, this article’s got you covered. We’ve compiled more than 30 of the most useful tips and tricks for the Samsung Galaxy S10 which will give you a better understanding of the phone and allow you to enjoy it to its fullest.

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This list doesn’t include every last feature, so please feel free to leave us a comment and highlight a favorite feature of yours if we happened to have missed it.

Samsung has really given its users a lot of customization option to really make the phone their own. If you’re not happy with the size of the font, display resolution or even the side of the basic UI elements in the phone, they can all be tweaked, here’s how:

Change Font Size & Style: Settings > Display > Font Style size and style
Here you can fine tune the size of the phone’s font, change it to bold if you have a hard time reading the thin fonts or even select an entirely new font if you want to go for a completely new look.

Change Display Element Sizes: Settings > Display > Screen Zoom
If changing the font size isn’t enough for you, tweaking the Screen Zoom option will enlarge or shrink most of the display elements throughout the UI.

Change the display resolution: Settings > Display > Screen resolution
The display on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ feature a resolution of 3040 x 1440, but the default resolution is set to 2280 x 1080 when you pull the phone out of the box. If you want to take advantage of every last pixel that the display has to offer, you’ll likely want to bump the resolution up to its max setting.

Nick Gray
I'm a life-long tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC. After writing about tech for more than a decade, I jumped at the opportunity to take on the role of Editor in Chief at Phandroid. Please contact me at [email protected].

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