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13 hidden samsung s8 features|gsmhall




1-Floating camera button
The camera settings menu reveals a floating shutter button you can move anywhere on the screen. Tap it to take a picture.


2-Zoom in, zoom out
Slide the built-in, onscreen shutter button up or down to zoom in and out.



3-Navigation buttons
If you prefer the Back button on the right, and Recent apps on the left, you can swap the default order.

4-Skip the lock screen
Dig into the navigation menu to skip the lock screen when you press the home button while the screen is off.

5-Custom color
Pick your favorite color for a navigation bar that stands out.



6-Home button sensitivity
You can make the capacitive home button more or less sensitive to pressure



7-App shortcuts
Long-press an app icon to launch various shortcuts (yes, we know this is part of Android Nougat, and it also mimics Apple's 3D Touch).



8-App shortcuts
Significantly, Samsung has programmed shortcuts for its native apps too, like the camera



9-Online doctor appointments
Samsung Health has a new tab called Experts. If you subscribe to a service, provided by Amwell, you can reach out to a doctor at any time.



10-Online doctor appointments
Samsung Health has a new tab called Experts. If you subscribe to a service, provided by Amwell, you can reach out to a doctor at any time.



11-One-handed operation
Samsung's had this for a long time, but it looks different now. Turn it on and you can shrink the screen at any time (it doesn't have to shrink right away).



12-One-handed operation
You can either swipe diagonally or press the home button three times to shrink the screen. The settings gear you see makes it easy to switch back.



13-One-handed operation
I can't get over the irony. We've spent so much time getting away from tiny screens, yet we sometimes want to go back. Also, everything in this mode looks adorable.



14-Dash of color
Look closely and you can see a thin blue line around the screen edge. Some notifications trigger this subtle display, but look fast!



15-App button 4U
I love swiping up on the home screen to get to apps. But if you prefer an app button, you can have that instead.

16-Performance mode
The Galaxy S7 had a standalone gaming mode and battery optimizer, but this setting is new to the Galaxy S8.


17-Facewidgets
In theory, you can see even more on the Always-On display, but we haven't been able to make it work... yet.


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