How To Enable Dark Mode & Blue Light Filter In The Samsung Smart TV

by Last Updated on May 2, 2021

Nowadays, every operating system, every popular app, and the platform is adding dark mode support. 

Smart tv companies are also following this trend and implementing dark mode to make their smart tv eye-friendly, and personalize their UI.

Dark Mode & Blue Light Filter In The Samsung Smart TV

In this post, I am going to tell you how you can enable dark mode for Samsung Smart TV.

Enabling Dark Mode On Samsung TV

Samsung Smart TV doesn’t have a dedicated dark mode option, but you can use your High Contrast brightness settings which increases the contrast between the text and the background of the Smart Hub and the Settings menu.

High contrast settings will implement these changes to your Smart TV

  • Black and dark grey background
  • light text
  • Colorful highlights

Here Are The Steps You Need To Follow

  • Tap on the Home button from your remote
  • Go to settings
  • Go, General
  • Choose Accessibility
  • Choose High Contrast
  • You are done

Enable Blue Light Filter On Samsung TV

Blue light is the visible light spectrum with the shortest wavelength and highest energy, blue light is similar to ultraviolet rays, and it has some damages to our eyes.

The Blue light filter helps to decrease the amount of blue light displayed on the screen of the device.

Most of the smartphones nowadays have a Bluelight filter by default, which you can enable or disable from your smartphone display settings.

To be clear that there is no dedicated option in the Samsung smart tv to enable a blue light filter, but there are some settings to minimize the blue light on your Smart TV screen.

Method 1: Picture Mode settings

  • Tap the Home button on Remote.
  • Choose Settings.
  • Open Picture settings
  • Tap Picture Mode
  • Select Movies from the list

Method 2: Tweak Expert Settings

  • Tap the Home button on Remote
  • Choose Settings
  • Go Picture settings
  • Choose Expert Settings.
  • Tap on the color tone 
  • Choose warm one or warm 2

Method 3: Adjust White Balance

  • Tap the Home button on Remote
  • Go to Settings
  • Choose Picture.
  • Choose Expert Settings
  • Tap on White Balance
  • Select 2 Point
  • Tap B-Gain
  • Decrease the value of B-Gain to your choice. It is set to 0 by default.

FAQS | Frequently Asked Questions

Does Samsung Smart TV Have Dark Mode?

There is no dedicated option for dark mode in Samsung Smart TV, but you can use the High Contact under the display settings to get the dark theme.

Is There Any Benefit Of Using Dark Mode?

The only single benefit of Dark Mode, I guess, would be that with the Dark Mode on, your device screen may consume less power which somehow benefits if you want to keep your device battery running for a longer duration. And this, too, is only possible if your device comes with an LED or OLED screen and not an LCD screen.


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