LED Brightness

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by shakes268, Nov 23, 2009.

  1. shakes268

    shakes268 New Member

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    The LED looks like its offset a little inside the phone therefore it is not very bright - almost looks dull.

    Is that the way every droid is or just mine?
     
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    Mine is similarly dull.
     
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    dezymond Tech Support Mod Staff Member Premium Member

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    If you're talking about the screen, it's pretty bright and vibrant.

    If you're talking about the buttons, they are more than bright enough. Having those 4 buttons blindingly bright would seem annoying.

    edit: just remembered there is an LED for notifications. If you're talking about that light, yes compared to the display and the 4-buttons it is dull, but it's more than bright enough. There's no way you can miss a green or blue blinking light like that, unless something is really wrong with yours. I would say you should check out another Droid and see if it's the same.
     
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