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Screenshot, which was once a luxury, has become a necessity for smartphone users. Can you imagine a phone without a screenshot feature? Honestly, we cannot. It seems that a phone without the screenshot feature might feel like a voice without OS. Of course, the new Samsung S10 is out and people are already looking for its outstanding features. In this article, we are going to tell you how to take screenshot on Galaxy S 10/S 10 Plus/S 10 E.

Every day we come across a better and improved version of taking a screenshot. Big shots like Samsung wants to enhance the user experience, thus they introduce a better and more engaging way of taking a screenshot on your smartphone. Instead of pressing a series of buttons to take a screenshot, Samsung did introduce a better and modern way of taking a screenshot using your palm.

Now all you have to do is move your palm form one end of the phone’s screen to the other end in order to take a screenshot. Smart and elegant, is it not. We definitely love this feature. However, many of you might not yet be familiar with how to enable this feature on your new and classy smartphone. There is a little variation in the new model of S series, but you do not have to worry. We will provide you a complete guide on how to take screenshot on Galaxy S 10/S 10 Plus/S 10 E.

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How to take screenshot on Galaxy S 10/S 10 Plus/S 10 E

There are two different ways via which you can take screenshot on Galaxy S 10/S 10 Plus/S 10 E. Below, we have explained both these methods in detail.

Use hardware buttons to take screenshot on Galaxy S 10/S 10 Plus/S 10 E

Step-1: Launch the app, you plan to take a screenshot of.

Step-2: After this, you need to press and hold the Power along with the Volume down button together.

Step-3: You will hear a sound in the background along with a click flash of the screen. This means you have taken the screenshot.

Simple right? This is effective and we believe the traditional way of taking a screenshot using the hardware buttons of the phone. However, if you are looking for a modern way, simply read on. Below is the guideline for taking a screenshot on your phone the smarter way.

 

Palm Swipe Gesture to take screenshot on Galaxy S 10/S 10 Plus/S 10 E

First thing first, you need to ensure that the Palm Swipe to Capture feature is enabled on your smartphone. In order to do so, go to Settings, Motion Menu, Hand Motions. Here, look for the Palm Swipe to Capture option. If it is not enabled, enable the option.

Now that we are done with the enabling feature option, the next step is to actually use the feature.  Place your hand on the edge of the screen and make sure that it is like a knife with the thumb facing upwards. To take the screenshot, simply swipe your hand to the other end of the screen. A swipe animation triggers signaling that the screenshot is saved.

Now simply, head to the Screenshot folder in Gallery and view all your screenshots.

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