Quote:
Originally Posted by B44Z View Post
Guys, today I was checking out my I have Indian dual sim Moto G XT1033 phone's display in the sunlight, like how does the display appear at various brightness in direct sunlight, etc. Then I noticed something that looked like a lens to the immediate right of the call speaker. Not just that, to the immediate right of this lens is another thing I could not figure out clearly what it was. It looked like something reflective like a small square piece of foil like material. I have attached a pic to show where in the phone it lies.

1. The usual white notification LED

(Things I noticed):
2. A lens. Immediate right to the call speaker. Could it be a hidden LED?
3. Another reflective square shaped thing I could not figure out what it was.

Now, since this lens is present in the phone, it must have some use. I did not see it in normal room light. I wonder how I had missed it. It is almost impossible to notice it in the first glance. Some people had noticed another LED in their Moto X too. So do we have some use of it in the Moto G or is it present for the sake of nothing? Can anyone else see it on their Moto G too?
I've started this thread since no one has reported this thing.
About 2 and 3 , one is Proximity Sensor and another is Ambient Light Sensor.
Google Nexus 5 D821
Android version: 4.4.2 KOT49H
Kernel version: 3.4.0 ElementalX 0.36
Internals: 2GB RAM, 300-2265MHz CPU with ondemand, ROW
ROM: Stock + Root + Xposed
Samsung Galaxy S GT-i9000
Android version: 2.3.6 XXJW4
Kernel version: 2.6.35.7 Semaphore 2.7.4sc
Internals: 366MB RAM, 400-1000MHz CPU with ondemand, SIO
ROM: Stock XXJW4 Modded

My projects
CyanAOSP ROM 4.4 - Galaxy S - Galaxy S2 - Nexus S - Captivate
CyanAOSP ROM 4.3 - Galaxy S
CyanAOSP ROM 4.2 - Galaxy S - Vibrant - Captivate
CyanCore Kernel - Galaxy S - Vibrant - Captivate

Official Facebook Page - Click Here Twitter - Click Here



Press button if I helped you instead of typing it.