Make and Receive Calls on Samsung Galaxy S8
Edited by Jay
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is no doubt a feature-rich device that comes with some impressive hardware specs. With all that, it's sometimes easy to forget that it's still a phone, and the Galaxy S8 gives users a variety of useful calling options, for both placing and receiving phone calls.
You can make a call from virtually anywhere, the phone app, contacts app, messaging app, the lock screen, from the web or even while using other third party applications. Below we'll take you through the various ways to place phone calls (including conference call), in addition to listing some important call settings.
**Please Note** Video calling is a service provided by your mobile carrier, and as such, it may not be enabled on your device. If the option is grayed out and there is no way to turn it on via settings, contact your service provider for additional help.
Make a Phone Call on Samsung Galaxy S8
Receive a Call on Samsung S8
Call Settings Galaxy S8
In addition to the options that can be enabled or disabled during a call, there are general call settings that can be edited as well.
- 1On the main calling screen during a call, there are a few options that can be enabled/disabled to enhance your conversation. Speakerphone, Bluetooth, and muting can all be enabled by tapping the option in the lower portion of the screen.
Start a Conference Call on Samsung Galaxy S8
- 4Now you'll see both contacts active on the live call screen.
Tips, Tricks and Warnings
- Set specific ringtones for different contacts so you can identify who is calling when your device is out of visual range.
- Go through most (if not all) of your device's call settings. It's good to know each option, and sometimes the default settings may not be ideal for your personal preferences.
Questions and Answers
How can I change color in dial q incoming call screen?
Since I updated the software the color changed to purple and I want it blue again... Its about the change of software how can I change it?
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