The Galaxy S24 has a feature similar to iPhone’s True Tone

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Samsung phones adapt the color of the display light to the color of the ambient light using the rear cameras and the selfie camera.

On the 27th, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24 Plus, and Galaxy S24 Ultra flagship phones. The Galaxy S24 family is known as one of the best phones on the market thanks to its artificial intelligence capabilities.

The display of Samsung phones is special and common. Samsung uses an OLED display (branded as Dynamic LTPO AMOLED 2X) in its new flagships, which has a 120 Hz refresh rate and a maximum brightness of 2,600 nits.

Apple uses a feature called True Tone in its devices. This feature helps to adjust the display of colors on iPhone, iPad, and MacBook. This year, we see a feature similar to True Tone called Adaptive Color Tone in Samsung flagship phones.

Previously, various Samsung phone models were equipped with a feature called Eye Comfort Shield to protect the eyes against blue light; This year, Adaptive Color Tone replaces the Eye Comfort Shield to compete with Apple’s True Tone feature.

According to Sam Mobile’s report, by activating the Adaptive Color Tone feature in Samsung’s new flagships, the phone takes help from the rear cameras and the selfie camera to adjust the light and white balance (White Balance) to adjust the display light based on the ambient light.

It is expected that Samsung’s new display, thanks to Vision Booster, will show the contents of the screen well in low and high light, hot and cold. There is no information about the addition of Adaptive Color Tone to other Samsung phones.

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