Oh, yes, of course. Another feature present in Android, but locked out on most phone.
Way to go, Google.
nkwama, 14 Sep 2017You just reminded me of my old Nokia phone. Miss these days. Perhaps, Google make it for Nokia as Nokia joined Android?
kerginaldo, 15 Sep 2017Always on is just to spend more battery. To know the hours and date?No much sense.It uses 3-5% of your battery per day. That is if you keep it on a 15-30 min timeout.
And it's very useful. I would not buy a phone that does not have this.
Well of course you don't need to wait that long, it was a standard feature on high end Nokia Lumia's from 2012 on lol.
Anonymous, 15 Sep 2017Motorola user don't need that, our notification so much betterMy G4 Plus, Motorola, have far worse notifications because I need to touch/move the phone to see if there is any notification or see what time it is! Always on clock/notifications is a far better solution!
Always on is just to spend more battery. To know the hours and date?No much sense.
Indeed. Glance screen on the Lumia, anyone? Can also remember my N8 having an always-on display.