Light sensor on Droid?

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  1. DaDroidDude

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    Hi all.

    Doesn't the Droid have a light sensor that turns off the screen when talking on it so you don't accidentally push onscreen buttons with your cheek while talking?

    Thanks
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    Yes. Top right corner. There have been some reports on here about long hair affecting the sensor's ability to work though.
     
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    Actually it has a proximity sensor for that purpose in the upper left when facing the screen. The light sensor is upper right for when you use the auto brightness feature.
     
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