How To Use Eye Tracking On Galaxy S20 And Galaxy S20+ Plus

The Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus have many new features, including eye tracking. This icon is what people keep asking about. The Galaxy S20 status bar has an eye icon that indicates that Smart Stay is activated. This is a feature that illuminates the display for as long as you are looking at it.

The Galaxy S20’s eye tracking symbol disappears after a set period. This means that when the Galaxy S20 eye tracking symbol is activated and the status appears, it informs you that the Samsung Galaxy S20+ Plus has detected that you are not watching the screen. This is done with the Galaxy S20+ Plus’ front camera and checks for simple patterns to determine if you are still looking at the screen in order to activate Smart Stay.

How do I turn ON the Smart Stay symbol on Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus?

  • Turn on the Galaxy S20+ Plus or Galaxy S20
  • Menu
  • Choose from the following settings
  • Choose from Display
  • Look for the option “Stay Smart”.
  • Take a look at the box
  • The Galaxy S20+ Plus will now have the eye icon in the status bar.

The menu also includes the “Smart Stay” feature on the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus. Smart Stay allows the smartphone to turn the display on and off by using eye recognition. Smart Stay works by using the Galaxy S20’s front sensors. These sensors can detect when the user is looking away, dim the display or turn it off, and then turn it back on again once the user has looked back at the screen.

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