The Galaxy S9 Hidden Features and Has Great Features Buried in the Settings

The Galaxy S9 has 11 great features buried in the settings. Android telephones can be modified much more than iPhones, and Samsung includes its own particular little contacts that take customization to another level.

The thing is, Samsung seldom says these cool little highlights when it reports its new telephones, and they can go unnoticed for your whole responsibility for Samsung telephone.
A considerable lot of the highlights specified here aren't restrictive to Samsung's new telephone, the Galaxy S9. You'll discover a large portion of them in past models, as well, however I added them to the rundown just in the event that you missed them.

The Galaxy S9 Hidden Features

  • Swipe here for notifications
The fingerprint sensor gets gesture support. In the settings, you can turn on the option to swipe down to open notifications, or swipe up to open Samsung Pay. Naturally, gestures stop working when you're actively scanning your fingertip.
  • Drag the shortcuts menu

    The Galaxy S9 is Samsung's first phone to let you drag and drop the Edge menu, a shortcuts bar for apps and people, anywhere you want on the left or right edges. In previous phones, you had to select its position in the settings
  •  Change the clock style
You can pick different colors and styles for the Always On display and Lock Screen
  •  Swipe down to respond to notifications

    When you're in an app -- say reading an article or navigating on maps -- you'll be able to reply to texts without leaving the screen.
  • Home screen supports landscape orientation

    You're watching a video or playing a game, and you need to exit out to the home screen. Now when you do, you have the option of seeing your home page and app icons in horizontal mode, too.

    To turn it on: Settings > Display > Home screen > Portrait mode only > Toggle off
  • Selfie focus

    This feature is one that's flown under the radar, but it's going to be used way more often than gimmicks like AR Emoji. The Galaxy S9 uses software to blur the background on your self portraits, so your face really stands out. You can also adjust skin tone and color.

    To use it: Open the selfie camera > select Selfie Focus
  • Change screen resolution

    The S9 and S9 Plus' max screen resolution is 2,960x1,440 pixels (also known as WQHD+), but did you know that the phone defaults to 2,220x1,080 pixels (FHD+)? The more conservative setting preserves battery life, but for maximum detail, you can adjust the setting up or even down to 1,480x720 pixels (HD+).

    Go into Settings > Display > Screen resolution.

The Galaxy S9 Great Features Buried in the Settings

  •  Make the Screen Even Sharper
 Out of the box, the Galaxy S9’s screen is set to 1080p. That’s somewhat odd considering the display’s native resolution is a sharper 1440p.

You can set the phone to make full use of its sharp display by heading to Settings > Display > Screen resolution, then set it from FHD+ to WQHD+.

Setting the display to a higher resolution means you’ll take a small hit on battery life, but it’s not a dramatic difference by any means. The sharpness difference isn’t massive, but it’s there, and you get the full effect of Samsung’s smartphone displays that are the best in the business.
  • Squeeze more apps onto your home screen.
 By default, the Galaxy S9’s home screen positions its apps pretty far apart from each other, and it doesn’t give you much control of where you want the app icons to go.

Head to Settings > Display > Home screen > Home screen grid. There, you can set it to show more apps that you can position closer together. 
  • Pull down the notification panel from anywhere on the screen.
To pull down the notifications panel, you have to reach all the way to the top of the Galaxy S9’s display, which can be a reach for Galaxy S9 Plus users and its tall, large display.

You can swipe down from anywhere on the Galaxy S9’s display to pull down the notifications panel, even at the very bottom of the display, by heading to Settings > Display > Home screen > Quick-open notification panel, then turn on the setting.