OnePlus Mitbegründer Carl Pei über die markante „Stirn“ und das fehlende „Kinn“ im iPhone X
Unzählige Android-Hersteller kopieren ”the Notch”; viele dieser Telefone aber ohne Grund. Im Gegensatz dazu wagt sich niemand an die „Smartphone-Kinnlade”, die das iPhone X versteckt, weil Apple das Display am unteren Bildschirmrand einmal umknickt.
We couldn’t talk Android phone notches without also addressing Android phone chins. “The only phone on the market that has a notch that doesn’t have a chin is the iPhone X,” notes Pei [„the public face of OnePlus“], and that’s because the iPhone’s “chin is on the back of the phone.” At the bottom of each display is a ribbon for connecting it to the device’s logic board, which necessitates at least a thin “chin.” Apple’s exotic solution to that was to use a flexible OLED screen that curves internally and thus pushes the ribbon connection toward the back. Pei explains that this approach makes the phone thicker and, understandably, more expensive. Not even Samsung, which makes Apple’s iPhone X displays, is being so indulgent in its design. So chins are going to remain a feature of Android phone designs for the foreseeable future.
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