If you’re following the Android revolution since 2009, you’ll remember when Apple sued Samsung over it’s Samsung Galaxy S2 design and other stuffs like that. While that’s an old news, Only Samsung and a very few others have had the gut to stick with a non-notched design for their smartphones released this year.
Right after the release of the iPhone X last year, everyone had jumped ship and joined the notch craze this year and 9 out of 10 devices released this year 2018 have a notch. Because Notch makes your phone appear premium. And well, its sort of like an Apple’s pioneered design. But who cares….I think Samsung does.
You could land a plane on it.
— Samsung Mobile US (@SamsungMobileUS) October 9, 2018
Samsung’s light dig at the new Google Pixel phone on Twitter makes it verifiable that Samsung will never launch a notch device.. The Korean mobile giant isn’t scared of the big G after throwing shades at its new device.
Samsung took at the Google Pixel’s notch which just like the iPhone houses the camera, earpiece and other sensors found at the top of the device.The notch on the Pixel 3 XL has come in for some criticism, Samsung meanwhile, has steadfastly refused to put a notch at the top of its handsets.
At least the plane could land without exploding on arrival! pic.twitter.com/JDSUZ4d7b5
— Aurel (@Mxiden) October 11, 2018
The “Giant” notch on the Google Pixel 3XL might not be a really good design because of how far it’s gone on the device’s screen but that seems to be Samsung’s concern. While some die-hard Pixel fans fended Samsung off by narrating how awful the Galaxy devices are in some cases, it was as though a mini-tease or design trolls on Twitter.
Give this person a pay rise!!
— Vaibhav Jain (@vaibhavj6794) October 11, 2018
Of course, before we get too congratulatory about Samsung’s ability to distribute a Twitter burn, we should remember that it’s not above putting mockable features on its products. It literally just released a phone this week with four cameras on the back. Four cameras should be enough for anyone
Google, meanwhile, only has one camera on the Pixel range but it’s often ranked as one of the best on any smartphone. Surely that’s worth a few snarky online responses from the search giant? We wait with baited breath.