In this quick tutorial we are going to look at the quick way to Change Display Resolution on Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ from settings. Both new Galaxy S8 and S8+ are selling like hot cakes. People are loving the compact device design with larger displays. Samsung has packed its latest mobile display technology inside both new phones that can be adjusted to look even more awesome by changing the settings. Samsung new phones feature trademark Super AMOLED panels with a QHD resolution of 2160 x 1440. However, Samsung has set the default resolution to FHD+ (2220 x 1080) out of the box to preserve battery. If you want to enjoy fantastic QHD resolution, follow the instructions below to change Display resolution on Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8+ to QHD from settings.
It’s super easy to change the display resolution on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. You don’t need any third-party app, tool or tweak to adjust device resolution to the desired level. All you need to do is to head over to the settings app and change the display resolution from the screen resolution menu as shown in the steps below. Here’s how to change Galaxy S8 screen resolution.
How to Change Samsung Galaxy S8 Screen Resolution
Before starting do note that changing the resolution to the maximum level can cause fast battery drain. So use it only when required.
1 – Go to Settings.
2 – Tap on Display.
3 – Select Screen Resolution.
4 – Use the Change Screen Resolution dot and move it to WQHD+ for maximum resolution or move it back to HD+ if you like.
5 – That’s all.
Enjoy great screen resolution on your Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus phone. Like pointed out earlier, avoid using maximum resolution when not needed to prevent fast battery drain after all that’s why QHD resolutions comes disabled by default for a reason.