There are some who love the big display that comes with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, but at the same time admit that while the huge screen is great for surfing, watching videos, and playing games, using it with one hand might pose a challenge. Interestingly enough Samsung has actually thought of that and has even come up with a solution that has been hidden deep within the Settings menu, meaning that it is an option that isn’t very obvious or accessible to those who aren’t willing to look for it. Essentially what toggling this feature does is that it shrinks the UI of the Galaxy Note 3 to the corner of the phone, thus making it smaller, small enough where you should be able to use it with one hand.

In a way it kind of defeats the purpose of having a Galaxy Note 3 in the first place, especially if you planned to use it with one hand, but we guess there might be times when using it one-handed is a must. Either that or for the novelty value of having such a feature. If you’re wondering how the feature works or how to access it, check out the video above by the folks at Android Central where they walk you through the process. So what do you guys make of this feature?

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13 MP
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3200 mAh
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