The. It's worth taking a few minutes to make sure your phone has the full battery life. By default, you can adjust the brightness and timeout of the screen to reduce battery usage. However, the Samsung product line includes some settings and features that you can go further.
If you go beyond the basics by lowering the screen resolution, usingor disabling battery-intensive apps, the battery will be extended.
Do you really need to see all these pixels?
Probably not. Sure, it's nice to watch videos or photos with the full resolution of the Note 10, but using all these extra pixels will affect battery life.
Use a lower resolution setting for FHD + instead, and I promise you will save battery life and notice little difference. Or if you really want to be aggressive, go down to HD +.
Change the resolution of Grade 10 under Settings > Display > Screen resolution > FHD + .
Continuous use of night mode
According to Google, using a night mode on your phone improves battery life and reduces eye strain when you look at the screen. The Samsung Note phones have a night mode. Instead of just switching to it at night, you can use it all day long. Go to Settings > Display > Night Mode and move the switch next Now turn on to the On position.
Note the suggestions for device maintenance.
Note 10 includes a system diagnostics app called Device Maintenance. It monitors your phone in the background and makes suggestions to improve the performance of your phone.
It's easy to overlook the suggestions made in the Device Maintenance section of the Settings app, but it's worth noting which apps strain your battery. You can then decide whether to deal with the annoying apps or accept the extra burden they cause.
In my Note 10 Plus, I get the same warning every day for an app that syncs my iCloud calendar to Android. I've been trying to change how often the app syncs with Apple's servers, to no avail. But at the end of the day, it's worth the extra tax on my battery life to have all my calendars on my phone.
Using Note 10 Battery Saver Modes
If you are really in trouble and need to keep battery life to a minimum, use the Note 10 energy-saving modes. You can switch between performance modes by selecting Settings > Maintenance > Rechargeable Battery > Select Power Mode . Alternatively, you can switch On / Off mode in the Quick Settings bar by swiping down from the top of the screen.
In each energy-saving mode, various aspects of your phone's performance are optimized and adjusted. In addition, the current use estimates how long the battery will last.
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