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Samsung’s game tuner can help save battery life

Samsung launched a new game tuner for mobile devices. The ability to tune the settings of your game is the staple of PC gaming, this ability allows gamers to customize the way in which they play the game, as well as allowing them to play more demanding games on older machines. This possibility was practically nonexistent on mobile devices. That’s why Samsung has launched a new game tuner.

The app allows you to change the resolution of your mobile games. This can let you either lower the resolution thus making your phone use less of its battery to support the game or rise the resolution to make the game look a whole lot better. The game tuner allows you to change the frame rate of your mobile games as well, it can be adjusted between 15 frames per second and 60 frames per second. The resolution on the other hand can be upped to 1080p or even 1440p.

The game tuner allows you to play games on your mobile device that you might have otherwise been unable to play because of the game’s high demands. Samsung’s tuner allows you to change the settings on each of your games to low, medium and high. It will also detect any games you have installed on your device and allow you to modify its settings from within the game tuner app itself.

Currently the game tuner is only supported on Samsung’s Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 devices. These devices are all powerful on their own and the game tuner is marketed as away to save battery life but the app would be a lot more useful if Samsung added support for older devices. The app can be downloaded on the Google Play Store and requires Android version 5.0 Lollipop.

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