The Samsung Galaxy S10 series is the first which sets the trend of punch hole camera cutout to Samsung’s flagship lineup. Users reaction to this camera placement are mixed because some people want to use it as a way to show off Samsung’s precision cut within the display by using apps like Energy Ring to turn the area around the display hole into a battery indicator. On the other hand some users want to hide it by using creative wallpapers in a way that the hole blends in and no longer remains distinctly visible.
Turn Galaxy Note 10 Plus Front Camera into Battery Indicator With Energy Ring App
Today in this post we are going to share with you an Energy Ring App with which you can also turn your Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus front camera into a battery indicator. Honestly it looks pretty amazing, cool and futuristic.
About the Energy Ring App
Energy Ring Android App adds a configurable Energy Ring around the camera lens of your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, indicating current Battery level. You can also dive into the various configuration options. With that not only you can quickly glance and get the battery info but also Energy Ring adds an accent to your phone’s camera lens. When the battery gets fully charged the Ring will be a 360 degree wrap around the front camera lens.
The Energy Ring Android App comes with a lot of free amazing features, which you can use on your Galaxy Note 10 Plus to make it look cooler than ever. Such as
– Energy Ring can be configured from a width of 1 pixel to a donut thick ring.
– Energy Ring puts almost 0% load on CPU, as it wakes up only to reflect any change in battery level.
– Energy Ring’s direction can be configured as clockwise/bidirectional/anti-clockwise.
– Energy Ring can hide on full screen content (apps, videos, images, games etc).
– Energy Ring can be configured to change colors automatically depending on the live battery level.
– Energy Ring could have a mono color, multiple color segments and gradient (pro).
– You can literally assign any color in the world for your favorite configuration.
– Energy Ring has a number of cool animations whenever a power source is plugged.
Does Using Energy Ring Consumes More Battery?
Energy Ring sits on the screen of your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus silently putting almost 0% load on CPU, if battery level changes, Android wakes up Energy Ring. Once awake, Energy Ring quickly updates itself and goes back to sleep. And to be that extra efficient, the Ring goes on deep sleep when you turn off the screen which means it doesn’t even read changes in battery level when the screen is off. That’s why Energy Ring Android App is extremely battery efficient.
The original variant of the Energy Ring App and Energy Bar has been used over several years by users on their AMOLED devices, there has been no complains of any screen burn in. But no complains doesn’t means it may not happen. Samsung automatically moves few pixels every now and then to avoid screen burn-in which includes Energy Ring moving away from its original position. This change in position will however be visible only when you have set its thickness to minimum.
Configuring the width of the pixel area to be used around the camera lens, configuring the direction of depletion from clockwise, anti-clockwise and bi-directional along with changing colors on the basis of battery level are the few customizations, which Energy Ring Android App comes with. There are also some extra features like the gradient color choices which are only available to paid users, but there are enough in store to keep free users satisfied. The most amazing thing is that Energy Ring App doesn’t put any load on CPU, at all.
You can download Energy Ring Android App for your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus right now by clicking on the download button above.