Today’s gadgets are more and more autonomous with each passing day. Not only smartphones but also Smart TVs are receiving some automated functions. One of them is the automatic brightness control. Samsung Smart TVs are equipped with the Eco Sensor function.
With the Eco Sensor, your Samsung TV can intelligently adjust its picture according to the intensity of the light in the room. This technology measures the amount of light that exists and automatically adjusts the brightness of the image on the TV, as well as saving energy.
It can automatically adjust the screen brightness by detecting the light in the room. It is similar to the auto-brightness feature we see on iPhones and Android devices.
Some people unfamiliar with Smart TVs may not have an idea of how to control this feature. Users may want constant TV screen brightness in all lighting conditions.
You may not like the display brightness to increase and decrease from time to time when more than one light illuminates the room. In this guide, I will explain how to
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Normally, with the Eco Sensor function in action, the screen will be bright in a room with bright lights. The screen will go dark if the lighting condition is dark. To control it manually, you need to activate or deactivate the Eco sensor according to your needs. Here’s how to do it.
- Go to the screen menu
- from there go to System > under that go to Eco Solution
- There you will see the Eco Sensor function
- Select On or Off according to your needs.
So, this is how you can control the brightness or automatic dimming of the Samsung TV screen. I hope this guide was useful to you. If you want to have constant brightness on your TV display, disable the Eco sensor by following the steps above.