Android's display settings allow adjustment to the brightness and appearance of your device's screen, how the screen goes to sleep, and (in some cases) how things look on the screen.
In this section:
Adjusts the brightness of the screen, and may allow "automatic brightness" adjustment.
This setting adjusts how long it takes for the screen on your device to turn off automatically, if it has not been used for a while.
Allows the screen to remain on after its timeout if the camera detects your face is still looking at the screen. Unique to Samsung phones and tablets.
Alters the color saturation on your device's screen. Only available on certain devices such as Samsung phones and tablets.
Shows a decorative screensaver on the screen when the device is asleep but the phone is plugged into mains power.
This setting controls the size of text in general on your Android device.
Control the size of both text and other visual elements on the screen.
Choose what types of alerts should cause the phone's notification light to come on while the device is asleep.
Allows calibration of the device's orientation sensors to properly determine device orientation (older devices only).
This setting controls whether the screen will automatically rotate between portrait (vertical) and landscape (horizontal) layouts.