The Galaxy Note Edge screen is a 160-pixel-wide strip of pure potential – assuming you know how to use it. Given Samsung’s typically robust software build and the sheer audacity of bolting such a novel addition onto an already feature-packed smartphone, we thought new Galaxy Note Edge owners might appreciate a little tutorial to kickstart their journey into bent-screen bliss. So we cooked up the below video to help you get acquainted with the raddest secondary display since the Motorola i930.

From the quick-draw convenience of Quick Tools to the patronizing pleading of S Health, we’ve got every corner of the Galaxy Note Edge screen covered in this lesson. So if you’ve already boned up on the differences between the Note 4 and the Note Edge and you’re twiddling your thumbs in anticipation of tomorrow’s Galaxy Note Edge review –or you just dropped close to a grand on your new smartphone and you’ve got positively no idea how to work its hallmark feature, you’re in the right place: click the video below to learn all the mysteries lurking beneath the settings hamburger. Then drop your own tips and tricks for tweaking the Galaxy Note Edge screen in the comments below!

How to use the Galaxy Note Edge screen

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