How To Display Battery Percentage on Galaxy Z Flip 4

Displaying the battery percentage on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip makes it easy to know how much battery life is left on your phone. In this short tutorial we will be showing you how to display this information.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is a premium Android smartphone that uses a foldable display. It is able to fold in the middle allowing it to have a more compact form factor making it easily fit in any pocket. It’s perfect for individuals who want a full-sized phone that can handle heavy tasks yet is portable enough to be carried around. Some of its best features include a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chip and a battery capacity of 3700 mAh.

How do you show the battery percentage on a Galaxy Z Flip 4 phone?

How to Show Battery Percentage on Galaxy Z Flip4

One of the key information that you should know about your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is how much battery life it has left. You will easily know this with the battery percentage switch enabled as it gives a more detailed view of the battery life compared to just looking at the battery icon.

There are two ways you can enable the battery percentage switch on your Samsung phones. Here’s how to do it.

Display battery percentage on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 from Notifications

Open the Settings app. You can either pull up the app drawer and tap Settings, or swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the gear icon.

Tap notifications.

Tap Advanced settings.

Turn on the Show battery percentage switch.

Display battery percentage on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 from Battery and device care

Open the Settings app. You can either pull up the app drawer and tap Settings, or swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the gear icon.

Tap Battery and device care.

Tap Battery.

Tap More battery settings.

Turn on the Show battery percentage switch.

Increasing the battery life on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4

You might notice that your flip phone might not have a great battery life. If you constantly charge your phone throughout the day, then here are some battery saving tips you can follow.

Look for battery draining apps

One of the reasons why your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 does not have a better battery life is because of certain apps that you have installed.

You should check what app uses the most battery life. Any app on top of the list is usually what’s draining the battery. You can check if there is a new update for the app that addresses this issue, or you can simply force stop it or uninstall it if you don’t use it much.

Check battery usage

Tap on your phone Settings.

Tap on Battery and device care.

Tap on Battery settings.

Tap on Usage since last charge.

Turn on Adaptive battery

This will limit the background usage of apps that you rarely use on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4.

Open Settings.

Tap on Battery and device care.

Tap on Battery settings.

Tap on More battery settings.

Tap on Adaptive battery and turn it On

Restart your Galaxy Z Fold 4

A lot of apps running in the background will usually use up a lot of battery life on your device. Restarting the phone will close all of these running apps and clear your device memory.

Simultaneously press and hold the Power key and Volume down button on the right edge for approximately 15 seconds.

Release the buttons when the Samsung logo appears.

Adjust screen brightness

The brighter the display of your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 the more battery life it will consume. It is therefore a good idea to balance your device brightness to fit your current environment.

You can do this manually or you can enable adaptive brightness.

Adjusting screen brightness manually

Open Settings

Tap on Display

Adjust the brightness on the Brightness scale to a lower level

Enable Adaptive brightness

Open Settings

Tap on Display

Turn on the Adaptive brightness switch

Turn off always on display feature

One of the features that uses up a considerable amount of battery life is the always on display feature. Turning this off will help save your phones battery.

Tap the Settings icon.

Tap Lock Screen.

Make sure the status switch beside Always On Display is turned off.

Reduce screen timeout

Lowering the screen timeout time is recommended if you want to save your phone battery life.

Navigate to Settings

Tap on Display

Tap on Screen timeout

Select 15 seconds

Turn on Dark Mode

Dark Mode switches your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 settings to a darker theme. This is advantageous for devices with AMOLED displays such as the Flip 4 since the individual pixels in a dark background will not use battery life.

Tap the Settings icon.

Tap Display.

Tap the Dark option.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Where can I find the battery percentage of my Flip phone?

    You will find the battery percentage next to the battery icon on top of your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 display.

  2. Does the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 have better cameras compared to the Galaxy Z Flip 3?

    Both devices use the same camera however the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 main rear sensor is said to be 65 per cent brighter, moving from 1.4µm pixels to 1.8µm pixels. This allows it to have better low light performance.

  3. How do I adjust the refresh rate of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4?

    Go to Settings and select Display. Tap on Motion smoothness, and then choose your desired option which can be Standard 60hz or Adaptive 120 Hz.

  4. How do I know how much power is left on my Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4?

    You will know how much power is left by the battery icon displayed on the screen. For more detailed information you will need to enable the battery percentage switch.

  5. How to enable power saving mode on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4?

    Open Settings.
    Tap on Battery and device care.
    Tap on Battery.
    Tap on Power saving mode and toggle it On.

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Chad Buenaflor

Chad has been in the tech industry since 2000. He has a degree in Electronics Engineering and is interested in the hardware and software side of technology. Initially working for a Japanese semiconductor company as a Test Engineer for nearly 10 years, he then pursued his passion for internet technology by working for the support team of Time Warner Cable then finally joining TheDroidGuy as one of their troubleshooting and tech writers. On his free time he plays his favorite games on his PC, Xbox Series X, and Android phone.

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