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Old 09-06-2010, 03:02 PM
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My Nokia 5630 smartphone is fine in sunlight. Although I guess most people here won't know what handset that is without looking it up.

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I lucked out when I bought the N97. I planned to use it for GPS navigation and hadn't considered outdoor readability when I bought it. I'm glad I haven't had any issues with reading the display in sunlight.

P.S., I really like the article.

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not bad but...

this is a very good idea but it would me far better i you put the exact same picture in the phone and than take a picture in the same condition also there are no indication of the phone setting currently used nor on the power consumption of the screen...

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this is a very good idea but it would me far better i you put the exact same picture in the phone and than take a picture in the same condition also there are no indication of the phone setting currently used nor on the power consumption of the screen...
This is a very good point. When I read the article, I actually didn't put too much weight on the pictures. I figured that it would be very difficult to create very similar conditions for each phone and then take a picture of them. You never know if the camera that takes the pictures would automatically adjust the contrast because the image or even the colour of the phone's chasis is different. I mostly relied on the writer to describe what his opinion of the readability of each phone is.
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sunlight viewable screen

I agree with Steve. Soon there may be an answer for all even the netbooks that are portable but not viewable in sunlight.
check the Pixel QI screen

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