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Maybe Sony found some issues with the latest update and they are struggling to fix those. Anyway, they could at least update the community with the status quo and what their plans are....
>> screen brightness is a joke Asus did that probably on purpose to limit battery drain. The screen is the culprit (older, cheaper model that has higher drain; they had so save somewhere, right?)...anyway, you can easily override the max brightne...
I of course could be wrong with respect to the LCD in the SW3, I am only repeating what I have read about LCD a long time ago.... Best is you try for yourself - I have not noticed any significant difference (clearly not a scientific study) and I ...
No. The Sony one is a transflective LCD. LCD use the least power when displaying white. Black requires LCDs to draw power to change polarity to filter out the backlight...hope that clarifies things.
Working for me in my office ...depending on whether I cover the light/lamp or not the ambient light sensor reading is changing...even when I just tilt the watch a bit....I am on 5.0.2...never checked before...