I think most of us using the smart phone all love the ability to take a screenshot on the screen. On the Galaxy S10+ there are several ways you can take a screenshot:
Using the combo button: power + lolume down. This is my least favorite method, as often I would see that the volume is turned down instead of taking a screenshot!
You can use the palm of your hand and swipe from right to left. This is very convenient, but sometime it is not possible; e.g. you are viewing a map, swipe the palm will actually move the map... use this feature most of the time.
Using "Hi Bixby,.... screenshot", this is probably one of my most used feature of Bixby.
One of the very cool feature on the Galaxy S10+, is probably the "scrolling screenshot" feature. Have you ever had to capture something on your phone screen that may contain more than a screen full of information. This feature allows you to combined multiple scrolling screen into one screenshot. It is convenient when you have to capture a long IM conversation that spans more than one page. In the example below, I use the "scrolling screenshot" feature to capture the additional details on my Ride with GPS bike ride summary:
First set of details on bottom of screenMore details if I scroll down the page
You can use the "scrolling screenshot" button, which is shown in the yellow circle below:
Press the "scrolling screenshot" button, will append the additional picture below the screen to be captured
You can continue pressing the "scrolling screenshot" button until all wanted data is captured.
Below is the capture of all details in my Ride with GPS bike ride data:
Love my Samsung Galaxy!
Enjoy & Bye for now.
Your Sprint Product Ambassador*
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