South Korean tech giant Samsung is known for its Galaxy smartphones from flagship to mid-range to budget segment. However, the mid-range and flagship devices mostly come with the AMOLED display which offers a stunning viewing experience whatsoever. Though the AMOLED display devices offer better video quality, it seems that the company has introduced a new useful feature recently. You can now easily increase video brightness on the Samsung Galaxy device running on One UI 4 based on Android 12.
The feature ‘Video brightness’ will allow the video player, YouTube, Google TV, Netflix, Twitch, etc applications to provide a much brighter video streaming experience than usual. One UI 4 users can easily switch between Normal and Bright options depending on whatever they prefer.
It temporarily increases the video brightness and makes colors more vibrant when you watch videos. So, if you feel that somehow your videos aren’t running at enough brightness level due to dark blacks and HDR-type content then you can additionally increase the video brightness level for a better viewing experience.
The flagship Samsung Galaxy users can go to the Settings menu > Advanced Features > Video Brightness > Select Bright to apply changes. Though some reports are saying that a similar feature called ‘Video Enhancer’ is already present on the older version of One UI skin since Android 7.0 Nougat, not every user still finding it yet.
It’s worth noting that this specific feature is only available on the flagship Samsung Galaxy devices running on One UI 4 or later. So, the mid-range and budget segment Samsung Galaxy devices won’t have such a feature as of now. There is no official acknowledgment available yet whether the video brightness feature will gonna arrive on all Samsung Galaxy devices having One UI 4 or not.