Samsung delivers the Galaxy S10 with its own interface One UI 1.1. This includes a new option that pertains to the always-on display. The innovation can also be found on the Plus model and the Galaxy S10e .
Compared to One UI 1.0, the newer version lets you adjust the screen orientation of your Always-on Display (AOD), SamMobile reports. So far, your smartphone has the AOD only displayed as if you would look at your device in portrait format. Now you can also switch to landscape mode.
No quick setting or automatic rotation
The innovation activates it on your Galaxy S10 directly in the attitudes. Click on “Lock Screen” and on “Always-on-Displays”. In the now opened mask you will also find the option, with which you can switch between portrait and landscape format.
However, you seem to depend on this path to choose one of the two options. Obviously, you can not easily change the alignment using the quick settings. In addition, the display remains rigid in the respective screen orientation and does not automatically change depending on how you hold your device.
Incidentally, part of One UI 1.1 is also Digital Wellbeeing and the Bixby routines. Among other things, with the former feature, you keep an eye on how intensely your smartphone is using you. The routines, on the other hand, allow you to automate certain processes . According to the portal, the features are also available on the Galaxy A30 and A50. More devices are likely to follow.