Samsung Galaxy phones typically have one of the best displays of any smartphone—and the Galaxy S8 is no exception. It features a Quad HD+ Super AMOLED “Infinity Display” with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 and 570 ppi. What does all those monikers and numbers mean? Simply put: it’s a crazy, good display. But out of the box, the phone isn’t set at its maximum resolution. And instead is set just above a 1080p resolution at 2220 x 1080 FHD+ (Full High Definition or FHD is 1920 x 1080 or 1080p—which is similar to most HDTVs. The “+” refers to that little extra resolution).

So if you want to set that crazy, good display to its max, follow these steps:

  Swipe down from the top of the screen and Tap Settings in the top, right corner of the display
  Tap Display
  Tap Screen resolution
  Select WQHD+ (2960 x 1440)

To really wow your friends, turn the Brightness alllllllll the way up. But it’s good to note: keeping your screen at this resolution and max brightness will juice your battery quickly (not to mention hurt your eyes—especially at night). So play around with the brightness and the resolution to find that happy balance between awesome screen, battery life, and relaxed eyeballs.

For more tips on the Samsung Galaxy S8, check out some of our other posts:

Change icon frames on Samsung Galaxy S8

Change the Navigation button order on your Samsung Galaxy S8

Show all your apps on Samsung Galaxy S8

And we’re always adding new tips, so keep checking back.


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