Question of the Week: Screen Brightness?



2017-02-07 11:31

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Have you faced the challenge of using your smartphone in bright daylight?
In this case, all that we do is go to screen brightness Flyme display settings, which allows you to compensate for the lack of or over abundance of, surrounding light.

Flyme will already be set to automatically adjust your screen brightness depending on how much light your Android device’s light sensor detects, but since everyone is different, you may not want your brightness dimmed at a particular time, you have the power to adjust the brightness levels.

As we all know, battery life is something that we all keep an eye on with Android devices, and one of the biggest offenders in this is the brightness ofthe display. In the direct sunlight you may want to change it to full brightness, but play around with it, and set it upto your personal preferences when you are in café, office or covered environment.
Screen brightness is one of those things where you don’t realize just how much of an impact it has on your daily life until someone shows you. So to what screen brightness is your phone most of the time?

Fact: Did you know improper screen brightness settings can cause your eyes to fatigue faster, and overly bright screens at night can make it difficult to fall asleep?
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