Samsung Galaxy S20: How to Change Your Screen Resolution

Introducing the unwrapped Samsung Galaxy S20
Justin Duino

Your Samsung galaxy galaxy s20, S20 +, or S20 Ultra has a superb screen capable of operating at 120 Hz. Out of the box, the handset is set to WQHD + (3200 x 1440), which can only operate at 60 Hz and uses the longest battery life. If you want to change the resolution of your screen, you can set it to HD + (1600 x 720) or FHD + (2400 x 1080).

Start by accessing the Settings menu when you are ready to change the screen resolution of your device. The easiest way to do this is to swipe down from the top of the screen to open the notification shadow. From there, tap the gear icon next to the Power button.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Open the notification panel, then select the settings box

You can also swipe up on the handset home screen to open the applications drawer. Use the search box at the top of the screen or scroll through the panels to launch the “Settings” application.

Then select the “Display” option.

Scroll to the bottom of the list, and then tap the “Screen resolution” button. The current screen resolution of your Galaxy S20 will be displayed under the article title.

Finally, select the desired screen resolution. Again, your choices are HD + (1600 x 720), FHD + (2400 x 1080) and WQHD + (3200 x 1440). After making your selection, press the “Apply” button to save your changes.

Changing the screen resolution of your Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 + or S20 Ultra is as simple as that. Remember that you cannot 120Hz smartphone screen when set to FHD +. We recommend that you stick to the intermediate setting as it will use less battery life than WQHD +.

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