Disabling auto-brightness could speed up your Wear OS smartwatch — but it’s not clear why
Among Wear OS’ bigger issues is the general performance of the platform. Most smartwatches being sold today are still using the old Wear 2100 chipset, and it isn’t exactly fast. While we all wait on the future, a partial solution for the present-day may have been found. In a curious twist, disabling the automatic brightness feature on compatible Wear OS devices seems to result in a noticeably less lag and stuttering. Read More
Disabling auto-brightness could speed up your Wear OS smartwatch — but it’s not clear why was written by the awesome team at Android Police.