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You can adjust the Brightness % to the desired result, from my personal use of the Auto feature, it adjusts the Brightness % up or down 10-20% from your selection depending on the ambient lighting.

In other words 50% with auto could be like 40% or 60% depending on the room's lighting?

Someone could correct me if I'm wrong.

Exactly. It's called adaptive brightness. All new phones are using it....

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