At least one Android OEM is considering a Dynamic Island rip-off
- Realme is soliciting user suggestions for a potential Dynamic Island-style feature.
- The winning pick gets exposure and could see their idea in a future version of Realme UI.
Apple finally ditched the wide display notch with the launch of its iPhone 14 Pro models, opting for two cutouts that it’s dubbing a Dynamic Island. However, the company has also turned the cutout area into an info hub for notifications, music controls, and more.
Now, it looks like Realme could be the first Android brand to offer a Dynamic Island rip-off (h/t: MySmartPrice), as it’s soliciting feedback from users for a “Realme Island” feature.