New update to the Galaxy Note 7 boosts the “Always On” Feature
The first time that Samsung experimented with the idea of an Always ON display in its smartphones was with the launch of the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge early in the year and due to the good reports that they received on this innovation, they have introduced this same concept to the internal management of the newly launched Galaxy Note 7 and not just as we had earlier seen, but in a better and improved version.
Before the launch of the phablet, Samsung already ran a teaser that suggested some of the numerous things that can be enjoyed with the use of the Always ON and now, the South Korean OEM has further rolled out an update to its numerous users that would allow them show the information on the song that they are listening to while the Always On feature is being used.
Though the feature is not currently being supported by the native music app, the allowance and space for third party apps to thrive on it means that you can get your Spotify on your phablet and even enjoy it better with the Always ON.
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