The Galaxy Note10 and Note10+, together with the S10 models, all have Video Enhancer feature that lets you watch videos with richer colors. If you haven’t heard of this feature yet, then all you need to do is to turn it on. It’s as simple as that. This tutorial should help you.
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How to use Galaxy Note10+ Video Enhancer | watch videos with richer colors
With a big 6.8-inch screen, your Galaxy Note10+ is really a great platform to watch videos or binge on your favorite Netflix show. Samsung recognizes this and has added Video Enhancer to even make watching videos better. This feature works under the hood and works automatically whenever the system detects that you’re playing a video or movie. Video Enhancer is not enabled by default though so you want to make sure that it’s on first. Once you’ve done that, you’ll recognize that videos will look even richer and brighter.
These are the simple steps to turn on Video Enhancer:
- Open Settings app.
- Tap Advanced Settings.
- Enable Video Enhancer.
- That’s it!
Video Enhancer will automatically work with apps that are capable of playing videos and movies like Netflix, Youtube, Amazon Prime, and so on.
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