The most remarkable thing about Android P is that it is compatible with the notch of the iPhone X - CYDIAPLUS.com

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Thursday, 8 March 2018

The most remarkable thing about Android P is that it is compatible with the notch of the iPhone X



If you usually follow our publications you can check that the notch , or notch of the iPhone X , has given for many publications. Denostada by many, but praised by others, is a differentiating fact on the screen of the device . Its purpose is clear, to house the TrueDepth system that makes Face ID possible.

And is that you know, everything Apple does is looked askance at the rest of manufacturers. So much so that have emerged as mushrooms in autumn many models that run under Android and that incorporate this notch . Some with more fortune than others, it is clear. And it's something we've seen recently at the MWC in Barcelona.

And the surprise we just had it a little bit ago. Google will support in its next update, Android P, those devices that have adopted this notch , that is, a cut for the camera. Many Chinese models, where there is true adoration for copying, have integrated the notch into various devices .


Android P aims to be launched in the second half of the year , and promises to bring changes such as support for new codecs, access to improved notifications, support for several cameras, or support for HEIF images, which we already use in iOS 11 and that allows a better efficiency and quality . Although some applications that would be running in the background could be restricted when accessing the microphone or camera.


Although this version they are cooking in Mountain View would be a first approximation to the final version, so that we can still have surprises. But the truth is that Android P will be such a detailed system that will give you the option of having a false notch . And it is already known, the good is always an object of desire , even if it has no future .

Via | macrumors 

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