From a massive battery to a phenomenal camera – there is so much to love about Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. When it comes to the display, the SAMOLED display is second to none, with a true Quad-HD resolution. With this phenomenal display, comes the ability to use and customize Always-On Display on Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Whether you want to keep your personalized Always-On Display highly informational or want to keep things a bit private, here how you can get started.

Use and customize Always-On Display on Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge

From the home screen of your device, head right over to “Settings” from the app drawer or pull-down menu. In the Settings app, scroll down to find the “Display” option and tap on it.

Always-On Display on Galaxy S7

You will be able to find the “Always On Display” option in the Display settings menu, which can be enabled by pressing the toggle switch. On the same screen, you can find all the additional info that can be viewed when using the feature.

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Go ahead and customize Always-On Display on Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge by choosing between different clock styles. Moreover, you can use the feature to display notifications, calendar entries, background images and more.

Always-On Display on Galaxy S7

Some features on the Always-On Display can be either turned on or off by using the timing settings. For instance, you can choose to display the notifications on the Always-On Display during daytime, and have it disabled for the nights.

Always-On Display on Galaxy S7

Do you find the Always-On Display on Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge to be a profound feature? Is it just one of those battery-leeching features in your opinion? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below.

Source: Tech-Recipes

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