Join Pat Salvador for an in-depth discussion in this video Selfie vs. Wide Selfie modes, part of Up and Running with Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Edge and Note 4.
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- In this video, we'll talk about the differences…between standard selfies and the newer wide-angle selfies…that you'll find on the Note 4 line of devices.…Even the way you take these selfies is new.…You would typically use the front camera…to take pictures of yourself, called selfies.…Now, in the past, you'd have to contort,…hold the device in a certain way,…and try to press the camera button just to take that selfie.…It's not the case anymore.…Let me show you how it's done.…Grab your Note 4 firmly in your hand,…hold the device, and launch the Camera App.…Now, tap the Switch Camera icon…to switch the camera function from the back to the front.…
There, you'll see yourself.…Now, locate the Heart Sensor on the back of the Note 4.…This is what you're going to use to take your selfies.…Aim it at your friends, or yourself,…and you'll notice a circle that appears on the screen.…Your device is going to use that to recognize their faces.…When you're ready, tap the sensor on the back…and take your picture.…It's that easy.…
- Working with the S Pen
- Accessing apps from the Edge screen
- Using Multi Window
- Managing your Wi-Fi connections
- Optimizing battery life
- Using the camera
- Customizing the Galaxy Note 4
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Using the S Pen
2. Using the Edge Screen
3. Multi Window
4. Getting the Most from Wi-Fi
5. Optimizing Your Battery
6. Using the Camera and Sharing Results
7. Customizing Your Experience
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