Nobody likes to discuss this but it is hard to see info and photos outside on all cellphone screens, especially on sunny days. The manufacturers seem to ignore this problem and tell users to simply place the brightness level at 10 (maximum). Well phone stores keep all their display phones on the maximum brightness in the dimly lit stores to attract buyers, so how can the screen be seen outside; especially on sunny days? Today at the beach, my LG G3 screen could not be seen even if I shaded the phone. Any suggestions? It seems the bigger the screen, the harder to see out of doors. anufacturers must start developing OLED screen phones which are used in Vegas and Times Square and can clearly been seen even in bright sunlight. Until then, any suggestions how to take photos if I cannot see the screen? Thanks.

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