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It's a phone and not a flashlight

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I could use my Xperia Play as a torch...

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You should note that the Led is dim if you use it as a torch with a widget or program. But in camera mode when it's used as a flash it is pulsed much brighter! Test it for yourself.
@TheCraig: Yep, same here. I guess the Led of my Play could be used to make fire.
 
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Thats why its being compared with other phones here and not with flashlights!
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