Samsung Updates : Galaxy Note 7 with Battery Saving Display Resolution Switch
Samsung Updates : Galaxy Note 7 with Battery Saving Display Resolution Switch

Samsung Updates: Galaxy Note 7 with Battery Saving Display Resolution Switch

Just prior to the official announcement for Galaxy Note 7, leaks on the arrival of the new smartphone were surfacing online.The latest leak shows that pre-orders for the device strongly anticipated on August 3 whereas the Galaxy Note 7’s screenshots have shown a new feature, battery saving resolution switch.

According to Steve Hemmerstoffer,today’s leak has shown Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 new images which don’t give any information on the device, but just showcase the gold colour variant with the trademark wallpaper on the display and even the S Pen doesn’t appear in the images.

Nevertheless, the leaked screenshots of Galaxy Note 7 unveils that Samsung is making efforts to prepare a plan that will surprise fans of the Note 7.Samsung’s new feature will enable users to adjust the phone’s resolution and users can also have the option to scale it down to 720p HD, images surfaced at Android Galaxy revealed.


Galaxy Note 7 with a multi level power saving mode!
The smartphone could feature a resolution slider in the display settings, which will allow users to switch from the phone’s Quad HD display to an HD panel.

The tool would be manual by which users can apply save on battery and there is no need to conduct tasks that use the display’s 2560 x 1440 p resolution capacity.

Similarly, The Galaxy Note 7 is said to come with a 3,500mAh battery , the Note 7 is also expected to come with a multilevel power saving mode along with the option to adjust the screen’s brightness to save battery.While at lower resolutions, some apps and options might not work optimally as Samsung stated.

In addition, there will be three new features on the Galaxy Note 7’s S Pen; a translator, a tool for switching between applications and one for zooming on certain elements on the display, new leaks revealed today.

But tomorrow’s unveiling might turn out the confirmation differently, which is set at 11.00 am EST in New York.

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