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Monday, 12 March 2018

Android P has an option in its setting to simulate a false notch



The iPhone X has new competitors in the market, if you can call it that way when they seek to copy your design to make it more attractive in the eyes of those who want to have the smartphone of the moment, but without having to abandon Android.

Google wants to make it easier for its manufacturers that their devices look like the iPhone, and that is why Android P has a curious application in the Developer Mode: We can color a false notch!
Android surrenders to the notch of the iPhone

The truth is that while this may have a practical purpose to create applications for Android devices that have the notch on the screen, it has not gone unnoticed by the fact that many manufacturers, including some quite prestigious, have brazenly copied the design , everything to make it more striking before the eyes of its potential buyers.

Nor is it surprising if we take into account that after all, the notch is as dear as it is hated , and we even see how there are motives that it looks great on .


The controversial function is only available in the Google Pixel and Pixel 2 phones , both in its standard sizes and XL, and for the moment it is not known if it will be extended to the other terminals. On the other hand, we can say that the notch of paste that we can add can be customized in several sizes to adapt to the screens of the different brands.

The real proof that the notch has been a success on Apple's part is in everyone's sight, even when it has been harshly criticized by the competition . Thanks to this touch of personality we see that again, Apple leads the market by getting all other brands to go in tow , drinking their ideas to create their designs.

Via | 9To5Google 

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