Android P uses AI to learn how bright you like your screen

May 8, 2018 Napier Lopez


Automatic brightness is useful, but it also kind of sucks. Some people, like me, prefer their screen at eye-searing brightness. Others like to keep it as dim as possible while still being legible. Still more prefer it somewhere in between. All this means that you’re probably constantly fiddling with the brightness of your phone because it can never guess how you like your screen. With Android P, that vexation could be a thing of of the past. Google is introducing a new version of Adaptive Brightness that learns from your brightness habits. Currently, most Android phones use a form of adaptive…

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