What are the benefits of a darker way for Android smartphones?
We've known for a long time that dark mode has a number of advantages on Android smartphones, but also on the iPhone. As noted by SlashGear, Google has repeated it at the Android Dev Summit event some time ago.
We believe that more and more companies are running a dark way in their smartphone applications. There are obvious reasons for it, such as lowering eye pressure at night and giving smart users more options and greater flexibility in the appearance of the application.
As it turns out, the dark way is also good for extending the battery life of a smartphone device. In Android Dev Summit, Google seems to have confirmed that the darker way is better for the overall battery life on Android smartphones.
The company presented a presentation in which the smartphone application in dark mode and the maximum brightness setting consumes less energy than an application that uses a lot of white in its design.
What is ironic, as most people pointed out, is that Google applications have a lot of white, but in the meantime, YouTube and Android messages have the option to activate dark mode and assume it's a good start.
Information has been released in the past, indicating that Android may become dark at the system level, but for unknown reasons it seems that Google has consistently delayed this feature.
New discoveries may cause Google to implement this feature. But if you want to extend the battery life on your Android smartphone, you should consider it as much as possible using dark mode on your applications.