Pop-out windows for messaging
Gone are the days of having to flick between apps when messaging your pals. That’s because the Galaxy S20 FE 5G comes with pop-out chat heads. So, if you’re scrolling Instagram and someone messages you, it’ll be right there on the side of the screen. Once you’ve clicked and replied, it’ll go away again. Easy-peasy. And what’s even better, is that you can use it with any app that supports multi-window use.
To set it up, just follow the below:
Settings > Advanced Features > Smart Pop-Up View > Choose apps
Unlock it with your fingerprint
Is your mask getting in the way of your Face ID? It’s hard times out there. Well, because Samsung’s Galaxy S20 FE 5G has a built-in fingerprint scanner too, all you’ll need to do is tap the screen and an icon will light up. Then, just place your finger on the icon and that’s it…you’re in. It’s really secure too, and you can even use it to make Google payments. It’s almost too good to be true.
To set it up, just follow the easy steps below:
Settings > Biometrics and Security > Fingerprints > Enter PIN > Show icon when screen is off
Take photos in Night Mode
Just because it’s dark, doesn’t mean you can’t get the perfect shot of you camping under the stars. The Galaxy S20 FE 5G will automatically recognise when the lighting’s a tad low, and prompt you to flick on Night Mode. From there, just tap the notification and you’re ready to go. Or, if you want to turn it on manually, just head over to your Camera app, click “More” and then “Night Mode”. Don’t forget your midnight snacks.
Top tip: When you’re shooting in low light, try to keep the camera as steady as possible.
Video Enhancer boosts video quality
Samsung’s Video Enhancer is a one-way ticket to more enjoyable train journeys. Once you’ve turned it on, it’ll work with apps such as Netflix, Prime and YouTube to boost the quality of videos. That means that all your films, boxsets and silly clips will be more detailed than ever before. Full steam ahead!
To fire it up, just follow the easy steps below (you won’t regret it):
Settings > Advanced Features > Video Enhancer “On”