Samsung Electronics produces some of the best display technology pieces. As our industry is getting used of the bigger and bigger display, the higher resolution is becoming a normal thing but do you know that Samsung sets your Note 10 Plus to a lower resolution than they can handle by default? This setting can be configured and changed manually off course, but this isn’t the recommended option.
Samsung phones have some of the best screens in the world. These are sharp, bright, and can display videos and images at high definition rate. However, the latest Galaxy Note 10 Plus is set a lower resolution out of the box. The Note 10 has a resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels whereas the Note 10 plus has a higher resolution screen – 1440 x 3040 pixels. The Note 10 has a massive 6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED screen, but by default screen resolution is 1080 x 2280.
The default setting ensures that maximize productivity and has to do with longer battery life. The 1080p is full high-resolution display and offers the best balance between screen sharpness and battery life. According to Samsung, putting it to a higher resolution will need a little extra work to render the extra pixels on the screen which will make the battery to suffer. But in case, you want to use the maximum resolution – Go to Settings > Display > Screen resolution and choose WQHD+ 3,040 x 1,440. If you want to save your battery life, keep it to the default or even lower at 1520 x 720p. But I will say that 1080p is pretty sharp even if you are a heavy user of mobile phone and play videos or watch movies over it.