The screen is the central element of any smartphone. Be it more powerful or less, more expensive or cheaper, everything that the terminal offers us will be through its screen. And personalizing the experience of using this is the best we can do. So you can customize the color of the mobile screen.
Like everything in life, for color tastes, and in the case of our phones it depends not only on how the phone panel shows the colors, but also on how our eyes perceive them. That is why it is important to calibrate the colors and adapt them to our tastes.
Choose the Intensity Of The Color
This is a very common setting on Android phones, in fact, all phones offer a setting that allows us to customize the color experience with the screen of our terminal. For this there are different settings that can give us an appearance of the colors more to our liking, and with which we feel more identified, and above all, we enjoy more of what appears on the screen. To do this, what we must do is access the phone’s screen settings.
Once inside the screen settings, we will find these within the screen section. There we will find a setting that is called different according to the manufacturer. For example in the case of Samsung, it is called ” Screen mode ” in the case of Realme it is called ” Screen color mode ” in Motorola it is simply called ” Colors ” and for example, in Sony Xperia, it is shown as ” Color range and contrast «. In all of them more or less the same available settings are always shown.
Since we can choose between three types of color intensity, one predetermined, another with colder colors and another with more intense colors. The color that we are going to see in all areas of the phone depends on this setting, from its home screen to games and applications. Everything will visually depend on this setting. Therefore this is the most direct way to personalize the colors of the screen of our mobile, something that also adjusts the contrast.
The Importance of Brightness
When we configure the color intensity we must also take into account the brightness with which we normally use the phone screen. This is an ideal setting to have a balanced color gamut. If we have automatic brightness, it may give us a bit of the same, but if we normally have very high brightness parameters configured, it might be more convenient to choose a medium or low colour intensity.
By increasing the brightness of the screen, the colors are already more intense. If we choose the most intense color setting of the phone and at the same time have the brightness at full capacity throughout the day, especially indoors, we will notice a very saturated colour, which is probably not true to reality. Therefore, the choice of color intensity will also be directly related to the usual brightness adjustments we make.
How does it influence the display of the camera?
Well, if we choose a very intense color setting, it is possible that when we take pictures with the phone, in the camera’s viewfinder we find a scene that is not finally going to be the one that is reflected in the photograph. Therefore we should always adjust the color intensity of the screen to a more faithful way so that later we are not disappointed when taking photos.
It is not uncommon to see a photo preview with very intense colours, precisely because the screen shows them that way, and then check that the photos do not have the same intensity. So in those moments, we have to edit the photos afterwards.
Do tests before deciding
So it is not just a matter of choosing a display tone that is more to our taste, but that it adapts well to all facets of the phone, and above all, it is as faithful as possible to reality. Therefore, although it is a simple adjustment, the display as a whole does not depend only on this, but we must take into account how it will affect other parameters of the terminal that we use daily.
It does not hurt that we try to use the phone screen with a different color intensity during different periods of time, so we can better appreciate the differences between the different types of visualization and how they affect the different visualization areas.