The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ featuring Infinity Display, which is longer and narrow than AMOLED display on other Samsung smartphones. There is also a new aspect ratio of 18: 5: 9 in a long screen, which allows for a better experience while viewing the video and browse the web. But since the aspect ratio is longer than the regular 16: 9 aspect ratio found on smartphone, the Galaxy S8 users will find that some apps are black bars at the top and bottom of the screen (If you are using Landscape mode phone it can be found on left and right)
Point to Remember
Before we will tell you how this is done, let us remind you that, depending on the app can bring some complications. Sometimes, parts are cut from the process of optimizing the content in the screen. We have not found this problem, but it is still something that can affect your experience based on the selection of your applications. Out of that way, let’s tell you how to take advantage of that long screen.
Steps to Run apps into full screen
Step 1. On your Phone open the “Settings”.
Step 2. Now select “Display” from the setting menu.
Step 3. Next, Tap on Full-screen apps.
Step 4. Next, Toggle on/off to select which apps get to go full screen.
Steps to Run apps into full screen on-the-go
Step 1. Open an app which you want to run full screen.
Step 2. Now, Hit the Recent Apps navigation button on Samsung S8.
Step 3. If the app support full screen, a little icon with a stretching/narrowing screen will show up on the last app. Tap on it.
There you have it, Friends. So take full advantage of that beautiful screen!