It’s a disadvantage for people who use Android 8.0 Oreo on Nexus devices because it lacks some features. One of the features that Pixel has but Nexus doesn’t have is “Night Light”. Night Light is a very handy feature that filters out the blue light emitted from the smartphone screen. This is a very handy feature because warm colors will make your eyes more comfortable especially at night. In addition, research shows that blue light affects your sleep, so those who use smartphones at night will have trouble sleeping. Today, the Night Light feature is found in most smart devices including laptops (macOS and Windows) and smartphones (iOS and Android).
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Thankfully, there are a few third-party applications that can help you get back that feature. If your device is not rooted, you should choose Twilight (Free). However, if your device has been rooted, “f.lux” (Free) will give you more control.
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Setting the Night Light mode also helps you save battery power. In addition, you can also make some changes to extend battery life. Currently, some users are complaining about screen timeout after updating their device to Android Oreo. If the problem persists, you will have to wait for a correct update to fix this problem in the next operating system. In the meantime, you can extend the battery life of your smartphone by using the battery optimization options provided in Android Oreo.
1. To manage battery settings, go to Settings> Battery And you will find all the options here.
2. Here you have the option to turn on battery saver, set the sleep time and limit the background process of the application using the button “Force Stop”.
Note: Battery saving settings for all Android 8.0 Oreo devices.
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