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How to Change The Touchscreen Sensitivity of Galaxy S10, S10E, or S10 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones sport large displays that looks gorgeous. The Galaxy S10E, the “Lite” variant of the lineup, boasts a smaller screen in comparison with the other two S10 models, but it is still large compared to the displays of other devices. If you’re new Galaxy S models, you might observe some differences regarding the touchscreen in comparison with your previous devices. In this post, I will show you how to change the touchscreen sensitivity of Galaxy S10, S10E, or S10 Plus.

This tutorial will be particularly useful if you use your Samsung Galaxy S10 device with a screen protector. Sometimes, the screen protector would make the touchscreen slow and laggy, so tweaking the touchscreen sensitivity is ideal in that case. Nonetheless, this guide will also help you in case you’re using a Samsung smartphone for the first time in your life. Samsung touchscreens are very sensitive, but, for any reason, you might find the one on Galaxy S10, S10E, or S10 Plus as too slow for your preferences.

Before going on with our tutorial on how to change the touchscreen sensitivity of Galaxy S10, S10E, or S10 Plus, you may also like reading some of our other guides:

Also, we have tons of troubleshooting guides on Galaxy S10 and lots of Android Tips & Tricks.

How to Change The Touchscreen Sensitivity of Galaxy S10, S10E, or S10 Plus

As I’ve already mentioned above, Samsung Galaxy S10 touchscreen is already very sensitive. However, if you find it too slow for your preferences, you can change the touchscreen sensitivity of Galaxy S10, S10E, or S10 Plus. Below, you can see the precise steps that you’ll have to follow to do that

Change The Touchscreen Sensitivity of Galaxy S10, S10E, or S10 Plus:

  1. From any Home Screen, swipe down or up to access the Apps Menu
  2. Go to Settings and tap on Display
  3. Locate Touch Sensitivity and toggle it on

Now, the touchscreen sensitivity of Galaxy S10, S10E, or S10 Plus should be increased. That’s pretty useful if you use your Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone with a screen protector or if you think that the touchscreen is too slow or sluggish for your preferences.

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