Introduction to Samsung’s Adaptive Color Tone Feature for Galaxy S24 Series
On January 20, IT House reported that Samsung has introduced the Adaptive Color Tone feature for the Galaxy S24 series, which can be seen as an upgraded version of the existing Eye Comfort Shield feature, or a similar function to Apple’s True Tone.
IT House Note: The Eye Comfort Shield mainly provides a warm color filter, which can be enabled according to different time periods. On the other hand, the Adaptive Color Tone uses the front and rear cameras of the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra to adjust color and white balance based on environmental lighting conditions.
Samsung stated that by enabling the Adaptive Color Tone feature, the Dynamic AMOLED 2X screen can adapt to different lighting environments, resulting in a more natural display of content.
Under low-light conditions or at night, the screen may adjust to a warmer color tone, while during the day or in direct sunlight, the Galaxy S24 display screen will appear cooler.
With the Adaptive Color Tone feature enabled, it can seamlessly operate, enhancing the user experience.