--voltaire9, 14 Sep 2019Could use dark theme Playstore back in 2014 with Oneplus One and stock Cyanogen themes.Exactly. I remember using the included dark themes all the time on my OnePlus One, from KitKat to Lollipop to Marshmallow. Nearly a decade later I'm too used to dark backgrounds; even my first Android smartphone, the ATRIX 2, was mostly dark thanks to Ice Cream Sandwich. My OnePlus 6T always had an option to darken everything and I'm happy that it'll receive Android 10's native dark mode after OnePlus releases the new update. I'm quite anxious to see what the next version of OxygenOS will look like. Anyway, I'm glad to see people are finally embracing dark mode and themes now rather than later.
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2019Dark Mode should not have been for Android 10 only. It should've been an option within the... moreWe had dark mode on Pie and even on Nougat if you installed themes. (OneUI and Samsung Experience UX.)
Could use dark theme Playstore back in 2014 with Oneplus One and stock Cyanogen themes.
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2019That's complete bologna. And it can offer a decent amount depending on the brightness and usageOnly on OLED screens
Anna, 12 Sep 2019Of course, Google will keep most awaited feature of 'Dark Mode' exclusive to Android 10 only. ... moreThat's why I buy phones with snapdragon chips most popular amongst developers so I can use custom roms
Akashraj, 12 Sep 2019Actually there's an article in XDA about this. Battery consumption is negligible between dark ... moreIt still exists is little usage compared to practically non. Plus it's easier on the eyes and looks cooler
Tobbe, 12 Sep 2019Dark Grey is easier on the eyes, also pure black doesn't give that much battery conservation c... moreThat's complete bologna.
And it can offer a decent amount depending on the brightness and usage
Cause it's not like it should have been including as an option for many many years to begin with....
Fortunately for most people there exists the Substratum theming option, which not only allow us to theme most apps with dark modes but also allows true black theming, not these awful (for me) dark grey modes.
Android is getting better and better. I will stay with android forever. No iOS for me.
And how many android users are using the android 10? It's so unfair that this update only applies to android 10. While according to the adoption rate. The number of pie users are only 10%! I'm curious as to why google did this?
Of course, Google will keep most awaited feature of 'Dark Mode' exclusive to Android 10 only. Many of the OEM's (except few) don't bother to provide OS updates to their low end and mid range phones. In order to boost diminishing mobile phones sales, users will be forced to buy new phones with Android 10 for such new features.
When will webpages, gsmarena..., learn and start using white text on dark background?
impartial, 12 Sep 2019IDK what kind of dark mode it is. We want pure black to save some battery not this shitty grey.I Agree with u. Black saves battery, Grey is just waste.
Akaike, 12 Sep 2019This is the problem i have with google. Why only android 10? Makes no damn sense. well it makes sense if Google want you to buy phones that are, or can be upgraded to 10
impartial, 12 Sep 2019IDK what kind of dark mode it is. We want pure black to save some battery not this shitty grey.Actually there's an article in XDA about this. Battery consumption is negligible between dark grey and black.