Samsung introduced its curved edge display with the Galaxy Note Edge, which seemed nothing more than a gimmick. However, the dual curved edges of the Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S7 Edge, and even the poor Galaxy Note 7 turned out to be spot on. Apart from all the utilities that you can put into the curved edge, the ability to set up Night Clock on Galaxy Edge devices is among the best.Essentially what the Night Clock does is turn the edge display of your Galaxy device into a subtle clock during specific hours. Making use of the AMOLED panel, this feature is a great power-saver and adds up to be the ideal bedside clock for the night. The best part about it is how surprisingly simplistic the bedside clock is, while costing you only a fraction of the battery charge that a regular app would.

Set Up Night Clock on Galaxy Edge Devices

Remember that while this tutorial is directed towards Galaxy S7 Edge users, it can be used for Galaxy Note Edge and Galaxy S6 Edge users as well. From the home screen of your device, slide down to view the Quick Settings window and tap on the gear icon on the top-right corner.Set Up Night Clock on Galaxy Edge DevicesYou will be redirected to the Settings menu, so scroll down to find the Display option and tap on it. In the Display menu, you will be able to see the Night Clock option, so tap on it to access the additional options.Set Up Night Clock on Galaxy Edge DevicesPress the toggle switch on the top-right corner of the screen to enable the Night Clock mode on your Galaxy Edge device. With the additional settings, you can set up Night Clock on Galaxy Edge devices and other devices the way you want.Set Up Night Clock on Galaxy Edge DevicesDepending on the device, you can choose to display the Night Clock on the left side or the right side. Moreover, you can also use the time dial to set the duration at night for which you want to set the Night Clock. Remember that the maximum duration of the night clock cannot be more than 18 hours.
Source: HowToGeek

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What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

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