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Monday, 30 April 2018

Huawei explains why Android manufacturers copy to iPhone X

After the official launch of Apple's iPhone X, there were many Android manufacturers that plagiarized the design of the smartphone with the notch embedded in the upper part of the screen.

Undoubtedly, one of the smartphones that most resemble the iPhone X is the Huawei P20 Pro . Not so much at the design level (there are others even more similar), although it has its own notch, but rather at the level of quality .

The P20 Pro model is Huawei's first smartphone with a superior front frame for the camera . But Huawei seems to be one step ahead of other copies of the iPhone X ...

Huawei thought about the "notch" before Apple

Li Changzhu, director of Huawei Mobile, recently mentioned in an interview with Forbes that the company "had already had the notch idea three or four years ago." But Huawei decided not to continue with this controversial design because of the concern that existed about whether users would like it.

    "We lost the opportunity to be the pioneers with the design of the notch. Because we were too conservative and cautious. "

This news reveals and perfectly defines the behavior of Huawei in the smartphone market. First they wait for Apple to take a risk , and if it succeeds they go after it.

    "Consumers, especially in China, like symmetry, and the notch is not perfect in Chinese culture. They like squares or circles - like the rounded corners of the screen. That's perfect."

However, the bravery of Apple when it comes to presenting new products does not always go well . Recall how the sales of the iPhone X are suffering and the little success in the market that the HomePod has had . But this courage has penetrated deeper in other areas, such as the withdrawal of 3.5 mm jack.

Via | BGR 

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