Samsung's latest flagship smartphones the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge looks to be one of the hottest smartphones of 2016. Samsung has introduced a handful of changes internally to give a great user experience.
It continues to offer its TouchWiz interface over the top of Android Marshmallow. It uses much of Android's core and adds features and functionality. Well, all those features are great, but finding the smartphone battery life for an extended time is tricky.
It is quite difficult to carry a charger everywhere we go and charge the phone frequently. To solve this problem, we have jotted down a some useful tips and tricks to increase your battery life of Samsung Galaxy S7. Take a look at the slider below to know more.
The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge comes with a new feature called "Always On" that will provide information on the lock screen. To turn on off go to Settings >> Display >> Always On Display and switch it off.
Your smartphone screen consumes maximum battery life. If you want extended battery life, then turn down the brightness of the display or set it to auto, so that you handset adjust the display brightness as needed.
Not only the Galaxy S7, but every Android smartphone has the feature to set display timeout, after which the screen turns automatically off. Go to Settings >> Display >> Screen timeout, and adjust the time of display to turn off automatically.
Samsung introduced themes on the Galaxy S6, last year. With just a few taps you can completely change the way your phone looks. However, the dark theme will help you to save battery to some extend. Long-press on the home screen >> select Themes >> chose the dark theme.
If you enable the Smart Stay feature on the Samsung Galaxy S7, it will illuminate the display as long as you look at it. To turn this off go to Settings >> Display >> Stay Smart and turn off.
Turn off all the services Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and NFC if you are not actually using them. This will help you to give comparatively better battery back life.
Turn your phone into grayscale effect to save battery life. Go to Settings >> Accessibility >>Direct Access >> Grayscale.
The smartphone come with gestures that allows users to perform multiple tasks like taking selfie, or capturing screenshots. Go to device Settings >> Advanced Features >> and turn off the Gestures.
Samsung has included Power Saving and Ultra Power Saving Mode on its phones for a few generations now. The basic Power Saving Mode is accessible from the notification shade quick settings menu and the battery settings.
Vibrations also consume much power of your smartphone, turn of the vibrations.