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    HTC Titan's screen outdoor visibility | MobileTechWorld

    Just sharing incase anyone wants to compare. :)

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    The Titan actually looks much better, except in the one with the strange viewing angle!
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    Well that has made me feel a lot better about the Titan 1jaxstate1, that was my main concern over the Super Amoled Plus of the Focus S.

    Will have to ask in a store if i can take it outside into the sun to see for myself.

    (I think i know what they will say though LOL) :)

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    Awesome. One responder says that the omnia has some default setting that overrides the user set brightness and automatically dims???? some images on screen. No idea why it would dim anything in bright sunlight though.

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