The Honor 8X Uses TÜV Rheinland Certified Eye Comfort Mode for Better Night-time Reading
Eye Comfort Mode is a feature that you’ll see on most smartphones coming out today, but it’s a difficult thing to get right. When you use your phone at night, the screen can cause some serious eye-strain and even headaches if used too long. Eye Comfort Mode is designed to give your display a much softer and warmer tone that is much easier on the eyes. It does this by filtering out blue colors and leaving a yellow tint on your phone. It’s surprisingly effective and we’ve seen this feature on plenty of different phones.
The Honor 8X does Eye Comfort Mode particularly well. The display will adjust for sunlight, night mode, and eye comfort. It is so effective that it has achieved a TÜV Rheinland certification. The TÜV Rheinland Group is a leading provider of technical services worldwide and have very high standards for the products they certify.
In the settings menu, you’ll find the eye comfort options where you’ll be able to fine-tune your display to be perfect for you. You can also schedule eye comfort mode to switch on at a specific time.
I always have eye comfort mode toggled on when I’m doing any night-time reading. I noticed this helps me go to sleep much easier, by reducing the typical eye-strain that comes with reading on my phone at night.
The TÜV Rheinland certified Eye Comfort Mode on the Honor 8X is just one example of all the impressive technology built into the phone. Check out the XDA forums for the Honor 8X to see what the community is saying about this device.Honor 8X Forums
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