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Google May Add New “Automatic” Color Mode In Android P

Posted On: May 16, 2018   |   Posted By: Android Headlines

Currently, Google has a couple of color modes available in stock Android, which are Natural, Boosted and Saturated. But according to code found in the latest Android P beta, there may be an “Automatic” mode coming soon to Android. This does not appear in the current Android P beta's display settings, but it is only shown in the code for the beta. XDA Developers first spotted the string in the Developer Preview 2 that refers to an “Automatic” color mode, and according to the text in the string, it would adjust between vivid and accurate colors.
This is a color mode that could be pretty impressive on a smartphone. It would also be useful, as sometimes you'll want a more vivid picture on the display - like when you're consuming media - while other times you'll want it to be a bit more natural like when you are editing a photo you took on the phone. Of course, there's no guarantee that it will work really well, especially right out of the box. It's pretty much assumed that Google...

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