Manual control for maximum brightness

jrzenfone8jrzenfone8 Level 1
edited September 14 in ZenFone 8

Hi Asus, the maximum brightness is great but it would be good to be able to trigger it manually - there are many situations where the sun many not hit directly the screen, but it is still useful, as for example we may be carrying sunglasses or having a privacy protecting screen protection that diminishes brightness.

This phone's brightness is a great advantage over other flagship phones, but currently it is not very usable.

Thanks

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  • I think that as well. It would be great if we could manually enable high brightness mode (HBM)

  • @keskeerik @jrzenfone8 There are several good reasons as to why HBM can't be toggled on/off manually, so I don't see us changing that anytime soon.

  • Hi @Gustav_ASUS could you develop further? It is currently a very good feature that doesn't work very well, it only randomly activates at the good moment which is a pitty, because it is a real useful feature - and I woul not expect, nor request, an automated activation to be able to detect all potential use cases (for example when wearing sunglasses) - thus the utility of manual mode. Thanks in advance.

  • Hi, I could not agree more for a manual trigger of HBM.

    Or at least a switch to disable it.

    Every day I walk under trees where sunlight is changing every couple meters : the screen is constantly flashing at my face so it is very difficult to read anything.

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