- Mar 6, 2011
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Basically what I expect. No device is really visible in bright light yet, it's just not happening for at least 2 years.
The Lumia 900 is only visible if you crank up the brightness to "max" and turn off the auto dim. With autodim on, it's no more legible than any other phone.
That video was sloppily done. Reality is I can view my L900 screen in bright Florida sunlight. That's a fact Jack. Couldn't say that about any other phone or PDA I have ever owned.
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Just to clarify, the extra 20% is something Nokia is doing with the 920, not the 900.I can't see my screen when in direct sunlight. But I've never tried high brightness. Didn't even know about extra 20% brightness.
Just to clarify, the extra 20% is something Nokia is doing with the 920, not the 900.