- 11-13-2012, 11:45 AM #26
- 11-13-2012, 02:14 PM #31
My 920 is very, very bright at the highest settings. The 900 stays brighter when viewed at an angle, but when looking head-on I really can't see any difference.
What I appreciate a LOT when comparing it to my 900: It is much, much faster to adjust brightness as you go in and out of direct sunlight. My 900 would *eventually* look great in sunlight, but it sometimes took several seconds to brighten up, and I even had to turn it off/on sometimes when entering bright sunlight to get it to do so. (It also would take its sweet time to dim when going back into shade, but that bothered me less)
The 920, on the other hand, responds almost immediately and the difference, pardon the pun, is like night and day in terms of responsiveness and overall I prefer it. (In addition to all the other reasons I like the new display more...)
- 11-13-2012, 03:15 PM #32
11-13-2012, 07:40 PM #33
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My God, you people are like children! My phone's brighter! No my phone is! NUH-UH! IS TOO!
If it's too dim OR bright, turn auto off and set it how you like.
As for which is brighter, factually, the 920 has a brighter display. Your eyes may perceive the colors differently, and you may prefer one over the other, but the quantitative light output is higher on the 920. It's called math. It never lies.
For what it's worth, I've got a 920 and 900 with me right now, and I find the auto-adjust sensor on the 920 to be much better... but I prefer setting them both to Medium. Best mix of brightness while preserving battery life, in my own usage.
- 11-13-2012, 09:38 PM #35