The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has an ambient light sensor on the back
We might not know all about the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 but one thing we know is that the device was stuffed to the teeth with a lot of sensors. From the fingerprint sensor which has started to become normal now to the iris scanning sensor which is now all new, this device has to be the one with the most sensors we have ever come across.
There is one sensor on the device which allows you to tilt the phone towards your eyes and get the displays up but right now, we have reason to believe that there is more to the sensor than meets the eye (pun intended)
On the back of this sensor is another RGB sensor coupled to it and this one would work with the measurement of ambient light and gives auto brightness adjustments on the display.
This tip that enlists the second ambient sensor is showed in a write-up released by DisplayMate.
Where the sensor is on the device is what we do not know because on the back of the device is a camera, the camera’s flash and the heart rate sensor. We think it is coupled with the ALS and Samsung might be the only place to look for answers now.
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