According to a developer already familiar with Google’s recently released Android 13 developer preview, Google can give you more granular control over your LED flash on the back of the phone. There are two APIs associated with the new feature: one provides information about the brightness of the LED flash and the other controls the actual brightness.
Of course, it’s up to OEMs to tap those APIs and let you control the brightness from 1 to as high as the hardware allows. Notably, not every phone will support the said feature, likely due to hardware limitations.
For now, some Samsung handsets let you dim the LED flash and iPhones.
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