My old phone (Huawei Ascene G300) would turn the screen off when the phone was moved in proximity to the face during a call. This prevented unwanted input (e.g. triggering call disconnect) by touching the phone against the skin of an ear or cheek. This phone does not appear to have this function (at all/activated). If the function exists, can someone explain how to activate it?
Edit: I have been unable to replicate this problem so it must have been either a fluke or something else entirely (I couldn't see whether the screen stayed on at the time because it was against my face!)
Edited by seanspotatobusiness, 21 September 2013 - 11:37 PM.