The Galaxy S20 range was put on sale in Europe at the start of 2020. This new high-end Samsung stands out for its quality, with one of the best screens of the year, in part thanks to their 120Hz refresh rate, which makes these phones ideal for playing games or consuming media.
Since these Galaxy S20s come with standard screen protectors, you can the tactile response of the screen is not the best, or at least it doesn’t look the best on some occasions. If you want to improve this, the devices have the option to increase the touch sensitivity at any time.
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Increase screen sensitivity on the Galaxy S20
Increasing the screen sensitivity can be a good option when playing on one of these Galaxy S20s, when you need the screen to react to every touch we make. In the settings of these phones it is possible to increase the sensitivity of the screen, so that we have a better response in situations such as playing games.
- Open the settings.
- Enter the Screen section.
- Scroll down and find the option called Touch Sensitivity.
- Turn the knob.
The steps to activate this option on the high-end Samsung are simple and in this way, a better tactile response is obtained on phones. To see if this change is for the better, you can play a game on the phone and in this way see if said tactile response is better and you get better gaming experience on the device. If not, you can always reverse this feature and turn it off again.
The normal thing is that when you enable this feature on your Galaxy S20, the sensitivity increases dramatically, allowing for better tactile response on the screen. This is something that should be noticed when playing games, but also when using the device in general.
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