Well, my first android was Galaxy Pocket C5300. But, it did have any auto brightness feature in it. I'm not checking to buy Galaxy Young S6312. Does this phone have the feature? Of not, how can i know which phone has theis capability.
Like most other Android devices, the Note 10.1 has an "Auto Brightness" option. However, unlike most other Android devices (in my experience so-far), you can further tweak the brightness even when "Auto Brightness" is enabled, effectively adjusting the sensitivity of the auto-brightness mechanism.
I can not for the life of me figure out why they would take the auto screen brightness option out of this phone. There is an app for older xperia phones that lets you turn it off, it doesn't work on our ion. I've tried a few other screen control apps but none could turn off the auto brightness. It wouldn't bother me so much, except the transition is so jumpy in certain lighting situations.
I was looking for a auto brightness app, and I came across Velis Auto Brightness. In it's description it says that Android has a autobrightness feature under "Settings / Display / Brightness", however the only thing I have under this path is a bar to adjust the brightness.
First time user of a Samsung phone.
Had the s-view cover on from day one and the auto brightness adjust worked great didn't even notice it switching between lighting.
Just recently I changed to a normal cover and noticed with my auto brightness ticked I get a 3-5 second lag on waking the phone..