AMBIENT DISPLAY Posts on XDA

Google Pixel 2’s Always On Ambient Display can be Enabled Right Now on your Android Oreo ROM

The latest update to Google's Android, the tasty Android Oreo, has a lot to offer to users. From integrating password managers with the new Autofill API to more lower level changes such as Project Treble, this next update has understandable excited many users on our forums. But sometimes, Google likes to withhold certain features from the...

Google Planned a Way to Bypass Ambient Display with Wake Gestures in Android 8.0

Ambient Display as a feature on Android has evolved quite a bit over time since it was pioneered by Motorola. Phones from companies like Google and OnePlus have a simple toggle for the feature that will turn on the display when you receive a notification. They also offer double tap to wake and lift gestures...

Ambient Display Always On Mode Shows up in AOSP

Just a couple of years ago when LG released the LG G5 and Samsung released the Galaxy S7, we saw a push for an always on display feature. LG's implementation wasn't as efficient since it was using an LCD panel instead of AMOLED, but it still showed that this was a feature OEMs were wanting...

Flagship Camera Results, Pixel’s Possible Ambient Display & More! XDA News of the Week

https://youtu.be/JShE55AboNc In case you missed it, here's all the biggest news from XDA this week! Google is working on an Always On Ambient Display Mode for the Pixel DxOMark Reviews OnePlus 5 Camera Quality, Gives it a Score of 87 Evan Blass Leaks Device Render and Specifications of Lenovo's Moto X4 Easily Control Your Phone's Settings With TouchBar for Android Opinion:...

Google is working on an Always On Ambient Display Mode for the Pixel

Feature image: Samsung's Always-on Display Mode. Ambient Display is one of the best features available on certain Android phones with OLED screens. This feature was originally brought to life with the introduction of Moto Display on the 2013 Moto X, but a version of it has since become incorporated into AOSP so any vendor can implement it...