Customization in the font size is essential for users, who do not have perfect eyesight. Bigger fonts can make the picture crystal clear especially when you are using your phone in the morning, still in the bed. Your puffy eyes may not read text clearly if you have not made any change in the font size. Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus offer a large screen to make your user-experience better; however, if your eyesight is a bit weak, you can always change the font size.

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Display density on the screen of your phone helps you adjust everything on the screen. You can modify the size of icons, menu, and touch targets. In case you want to make any modification in the text size or display density on your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, you can go through the methods listed here.

How to Change Font Size and Display Density on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

How to Change Font Size and Display Density on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Text Size

When you change the text or font size, the effect will be displayed on the system apps; you may not get the results on some third-party apps you have downloaded on your phone. For example, on your Chrome browser, you need to take a different action to change the font size. We will discuss the method to increase/decrease font size in Chrome. But first, let’s delve into system settings to change the font size in Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

How to Adjust Font Size on Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus

Step #1. Launch Settings on your device.

Step #2. Now tap on Display.

Step #3. Next, tap on Font and screen zoom option.

Step #4. FONT SIZE option is given right below the SCREEN ZOOM; use the slider to increase or decrease the font size.

Adjust Font Size on Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus

While you are managing the font size, you can check the effects in preview window above the sliders. This gives you a fair idea about how the text will look like.

Screen Zoom

Screen zoom feature is available in the display settings of the phone, and as mentioned above, it will adjust the screen density as per your comfort.

How to Adjust Screen Zoom on Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus

Follow the first three steps as mentioned above and you will see SCREEN ZOOM option above the FONT SIZE. You can use the slider to adjust the screen zoom; slide it to left or right and see the effects in preview window above.

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Adjust Screen Zoom on Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus

You can swipe preview window left and right to check preview pages and how the effects will be shows in Settings and Samsung Messages.

Finally, tap on Apply button; this will apply the changes on the entire system of your device. Note that you are supposed to swipe preview window and tap on Apply button while changing the font size of the device.

Your phone screen may turn dark or black when the changes come into effects; next, you will be redirected to the Display settings screen.

Screen resolution is an important feature on Display settings page. If you have reduced the font size, you can select the higher resolution to keep the text clearer. In case you have increased the screen zoom or font, select the higher resolution to keep things smooth.

One app that will remain unaffected by these changes is Chrome browser as it has its own settings.

How to Adjust Font Size in Chrome Browser on Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus

Step #1. Launch Chrome on your device.

Step #2. Now tap on three vertical dots from the upper right corner.

Step #3. From the drop-down list, tap on Settings.

Step #4. Next, tap on Accessibility.

Step #5. Here, you can adjust Text scaling slider by dragging it to left or right and enjoy comfortable viewing on the Chrome browser.

Adjust Font Size in Chrome Browser on Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus

Remember, if you use Google search on Chrome, you won’t get the results as desired. Similarly, the effects of the changed font size will not be seen on some pages of Wikipedia.

That’s all friends!

Managing the screen zoom and font size on Galaxy S9 is your prerogative. You can change fonts size and display density as and when required.

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