Taking screenshots on phones has become easier over the years, for a large number of existing phones, this can be done very easily, but the procedure differs depending on the model or manufacturer of the phone.
Like all other Android phones, press and hold the power key and the volume up button at the same time.
If you see a flash on the screen (or an image appears on the screen), you have successfully completed this operation.
When you want to take a screenshot, hold down the power key and the volume key at the same time.
The screen will flash, indicating that a screenshot has been taken.
There is another way to capture the screen. On some phones, you can take a screenshot by sliding your finger on the screen without pressing a button.
In the settings, browse and select “Palm swipe to capture”.
Then tap the switch next to “Palm swipe to capture” to enable it.
You can now take a screenshot by swiping your hand across the phone screen.
To take a screenshot, open the notifications panel and drag the status bar downwards.
Touch the screenshot.
You can see the captured image in the photo.
Another way to capture the screen is to press the volume and power buttons.
Press and hold the power button until the options menu appears, then release.
Touch “Take screenshot”.
Note that you can press the power button and the volume down button at the same time to take a screenshot.
On all Android phones, or at least the more popular ones, press and hold the power button and the volume up button at the same time, so you should be able to take a screenshot.