Prolonged exposure to the display screens is now of increasing concern as the blue light emitted by the digital devices has the potential to stir-up trouble for our eyes. Even though we are exposed to other sources of blue light regularly, the issue with the devices is their proximity to users and the duration of usage.
The blue light, in particular, is not all bad. However, it is a high energy visible (HEV) light that possesses the ability to keep us awake, since the bright light stimulates the brain to reduce the production of the melatonin hormone, thus disturbing our sleep-wake cycle. Apart from that, it can also cause eye fatigue, headache, and a negative impact on our eyesight in the long run. It is not realistic to avoid them entirely, but a less amount of blue light emission can help us with it.
That is where Nokia Mobile’s Low Blue Light Content comes to the rescue. After getting it certified on the Nokia 5.3, Nokia Mobile decided to get the TA-1243, TA-1251, and TA-1257 models of the Nokia 8.3 5G certified by TÜV Rheinland. As per the certification, Nokia 8.3 5G does not emit any hazardous UV light, the blue light content does not constitute more than 20% of the total light spectrum, and the user is not at risk when using it in the intended manner. The feature, which is available under the alias Night Light, was tested on a sample unit of a Nokia 8.3 5G, and TÜV Rheinland will conduct regular production surveillance to keep a tab on its working.
The Night Light feature is available on other Nokia smartphones too, but the Nokia 8.3 5G and Nokia 5.3 are the only devices to have the TÜV Rheinland certification. You can find the Night Light mode for your Nokia smartphone by heading to the Display section in the Settings.