We are pretty sure that after reading all there is over the internet regarding Galaxy S8 Plus and Galaxy S8, you would want to get your hands on this beast that is to be unveiled by the end of this month. Everyone is already going crazy after them.
Rumors have it that the company was able to sell million in their pre-booking process. And Why not! The phones are coming packed with amazing new and updated features. Among numerous features, that one should look forward in the upcoming phones, the most prominent and exciting one is going to be the WQHD resolution especially when you will be able to enjoy the view on infinity screen.
The Full WQHD+ resolution along with its wide aspect ratio of 16:9, you enjoy watching movies and reasons on your phone. However, there is a little twist for all the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus potential users. The phones are going to have FullHD+ Resolution out of the box, instead of the much anticipated and waited for WQHD+ resolution.
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But you need not to worry about it, as this isn’t going to be an issue especially when you can crank up resolution all the way to WQHD+. So, there is still a chance that you can have the amazing WQHD+ resolution on your phone.
You will be surprised to learn that Samsung Galaxy S7 users faced the same issue. When they decided to upgrade their phones to Android 7.0 Nougat, they users faced the problem turned down resolution i.e. their resolution came down to 1080x1920px resolution. You might think it to a troublesome thing, but to be honest it is hardly any problem. There is a very simple fix for it. Likewise, if you are interested in changing the resolution of your Galaxy S8/S8 Plus phones to QWHD resolution, you should follow the steps that we have listed below.
How to Change Galaxy S8 Plus and S8 Resolution to WDHD+ 1440 x 2960
⦁ Start with opening Setting of your Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus
⦁ Go to Display and from there go to screen resolution
⦁ Here, you can choose between HD, FHD, and WQHD. In order to make the selection, all you have to do is move the slider.
⦁ Once you have selected your desired screen quality, select apply located at the top bar in order to make the required changes.
You are good to go now. However, do keep in your mind that high-resolution phones will eat up your device battery faster. In case you really don’t care about your battery, then it is not a bad idea to upgrade your screen resolution. But if you want to preserve your battery as much as possible, it is recommended that you do not opt for this particular option.