In this guide, we will show you the steps to make your Galaxy S23 Ultra display small size contents. The newest flagships from the South Korean conglomerate behold a large 6.8-inch display, which is among the largest that a smartphone has to offer. While that in itself is not an issue, the contents displayed inside are. According to many users, all the contents seem to have been zoomed in, with large text, UI, and UX elements capturing the entire display.
This behavior has been noticed across both the system and user-installed apps. For the sake of reference, a user compared his S23 Ultra with his Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro. Even though both have the same 6.8-inch display, Asus was able to easily display 11 emails in the Gmail app whereas, in the case of Samsung, it was limited to around 8 [something similar was observed with the Contacts app].
While this might not sound much of a difference in hindsight, but if accumulated over the long course of time, this lack of information being displayed on the screen in one go could lead to an infuriating usage experience. In this regard, users have already tried lowering the text size and the screen zoom to the absolute minimum but there wasn’t much change in the overall result. If you are already getting bugged by this “issue”, then this guide will help you out.
How to get screen to display small size content in S23 Ultra
- Head over to Settings > About Phone > Software Information.
- Then tap on Build Number 7 times. This will enable Developer Options.
- So go to Developer Options and scroll to Minimum Width.
- Now type in the value of your choice in the space provided.
- In this regard, something between 480-500 DP might do the job.
That’s it. These were the steps to make your Galaxy S23 Ultra display small size contents. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.