1. audi360's Avatar
    Which dark or light theme is more battery friendly for my Lumia 1520? I think I saw somewhere for LCD screen white color is more battery friendly. Is that right?
    01-06-2015 06:17 AM
  2. grantpwarren's Avatar
    Shouldn't really matter, battery is fine. Personally my 1020 is using light currently. I swap between both depending on my mood.
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    01-06-2015 06:31 AM
  3. Harrie-S's Avatar
    For a LCD screen it does not matter because black or white need the same amount of battery.
    For an AMOLED there is a difference white needs battery and black not.

    So for your 1520 the theme does not matter. But if you want to save battery don't use a high brightness setting.
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    01-06-2015 06:36 AM
  4. audi360's Avatar
    For a LCD screen it does not matter because black or white need the same amount of battery.
    For an AMOLED there is a difference white needs battery and black not.

    So for your 1520 the theme does not matter. But if you want to save battery don't use a high brightness setting.
    Thank you very much.I knew on LCD it doesn't make a difference but someone said the white color doesn't consume much power and I was curious.
    01-06-2015 07:00 AM

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