Unfortunately, we are in a year in which most Android manufacturers are betting to blatantly copy the iPhone X, something that when the humblest Chinese manufacturers did wrong, but now that they do it, it’s fine.
OnePlus has been one of the companies that has opted for this type of design, which is so useless to us, and that, aesthetically, is totally unnecessary. Unlike the OnePlus 5T, which has a brutal design, and what we think is the signature mobile that is most worthwhile at this moment.
And that is, the happy notch is invading everything, including Samsung ads, and today, the CEO of OnePlus has stepped in to give explanations about this change in design, Let’s see what he has to say.
Whether for good or for bad, the truth is that the notch causes controversy wherever it goes, not only for the ugliness of its design – for those who think like me – but also because it is the most blatant copy that has been made to Apple in the entire history of Android, and the worrying thing is that this comes from very important companies. Luckily, some like Sony or Samsung are still in the trench to avoid copies, and we like that a lot.
The case is that OnePlus, which has decided to copy the design of the iPhone X with itsand the CEO of the firm He has decided to go out and give explanations about it. And, as you can read inworst of all is not really the notch, which in the case of the OnePlus 6 is quite small, but rather, the fact that, unlike the iPhone X, all Android phones that copy it have a frame at the bottom .
But, as Pete Lau explained, it seems that this is the responsibility of Samsung, which is the manufacturer of the screen of your terminal, because the connectors of this one are in the lower part of the panel, while, Apple, having a flexible OLED panel, can be allowed to eliminate this lower framework.
Regarding the future, it has come to confirm that in the next three years we will see a much smaller notch, as well as the lower frame. A few promises that are far from hopeful. Years of notch, and inferior frames await us, and this for the design of the terminals is anything but attractive.