Just yesterday, Huawei introduced its new flagship P20 and P20 Pro , and, perhaps, the only thing for that you can scold the manufacturer Is an iPhone-like cutout in the upper part of the screens where the front camera was placed and sensors. It's already ... the eleventh model with " Monobrow " , but If Apple strictly prohibits applications hiding the " bangs " , then at Huawei, on the contrary, legalized attempts to get rid of her.
A it is legal?
This useful function goes " in the bundled "with new smartphones, so no third-party applications required. After activating the option, a black bar appears at the top of the screen, which seems like a solid thick frame to the naked eye.
There are rumors that such a the same function appears and at LG G7 , which was also inspired by the development of the iPhone X. Thus, users will be able to decide the fate of the " bangs " . A what tablet will you choose, red or blue?
Recall that in Unlike " Good policeman " Huawei, Apple has obliged developers already with next month to adapt all new applications available in the App Store, under the characteristic notch. A Google, by rumors, is preparing an update for Android , which will take into account the features of such smartphones.
Source: Android Police