#6 Save more battery!
In this Hi-Tech world, it’s hard to find even a single person who either does not own or is not aware of a smartphone. But I bet you didn’t know about these features of your smartphone before. Take a look! Saving Battery is the most important one, so that we can use mobile for long time. We all have kept our screen brightness to the minimum to save battery but there’s another way to do that. Choose a simple or black coloured background. This way your phone doesn’t have to work on the auto pixel highlighting. This will result in more battery.
#5 Speech-o Text
You might have used the speech option for writing texts but your smartphone can also read all your texts to you. so, now You can set this option by going to Settings —> Accessibility —> Text-to-Speech Output option.
#4 Lost Your Phone?
Don’t worry if you lose your phone. Apart from lodging a complaint, you can also set a security check which will keep your personal information safe. You will be able to track down the location, block your phone without losing your data from the device.,b> You can activate this setting from Settings —> Security —> Device Administrators —> Check the boxes next to Android Device Manager —> Remotely locate this device —> Allow remote lock and erase.
#3 be Your Guest!
Don’t want others to peek into your personal messages and photos? don’t worry we have a solution, all smartphones come with this Guest mode features by which the other person can see things you’ll want them to see by customising it.
To activate, swipe down the notification with two fingers. Touch the user icon on the right. An Add Guest icon will appear, customise as per your wish.
#2 The Bigger The Better!
Small icons on the screen can give you trouble for your eyes at times. but now You can magnify any part of your screen by tapping on it. For this feature, you need to go to Settings —> Accessibility —> Magnification Gestures.
#1 Need Help?
We all are well aware of hotspot but did you know that even you can make your smart phone a hotspot device?
Yes, its true. You can share the internet you have on your phone with many people who would be connected to your hotspot.