Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has copied one of the key functions of the iPhone

On Tuesday, Samsung held a special conference where the company presented a new plantation with a scanner iris of the eye and pen of the Galaxy Note 7. Oddly enough, not all the innovations came to a formal presentation. The first users of the product found that smartphone borrowed from the iPhone one of the unique features of iOS ā€“ option to disable the blue range of the display.

Special display mode “Korean” is activated in settings. With one click the owner of a Galaxy Note 7 may include a blue color filter. In this case unlike the iPhone, the user can adjust the colors of the display to reduce eye strain.

Mode Night Shift for iPhone, we recall, was the “chip” interim update version 9.3. Apple option also supports automatic switching of modes, depending on the location and time in certain timezone.

Blue light is most annoying eyes, what can cause poor sleep and health. The filter is designed to solve this problem and to make your phone safe for sight of the owner.

Note that a similar feature called Night Mode will appear in the Android operating system 7.0, the release of which is expected before the end of this month.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! Iā€™m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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