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Everything is imitating Apple. Yes! But there is a reason!



As you may have already noticed, smartphones have changed again in recent years, in a very curious way to a design very similar to the one that Apple usually uses for its iPhone range.

However, unlike other times, this was not pure and simple imitation of design philosophy or market strategy. Launching smartphones with less “different” designs, that is, with less curvature… It’s smarter!

Everything is imitating Apple. Yes! But there is a reason!

This is the new Pixel 9 Pro or Pixel 9 Pro Ultra (There are some rumors for an adoption of the Ultra nomenclature)

So there is a reason why the curved screen is disappearing, as well as the curvatures on the sides of smartphones. Do you know why? It’s not just to imitate what Apple is doing with the iPhone!

In reality, without curvatures, it is possible to make better use of the available space inside the smartphone. A space that is increasingly valuable, such has been technological evolution.

In fact, despite the fact that Apple has already adopted a design of this type, it is expected that the next iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max will increase the screen size, to, of course, gain some space within the smartphone itself, to equip it with bigger batteries, and more capable image capture hardware.

This is a trend that is here to stay, as we can see from the leaks regarding the new Pixel 9 from Google.

Will everything be flat from now on?

No. Several Android manufacturers, namely Chinese manufacturers, seem to continue to have some desire to offer different designs, still based on curvatures, whether on the screen or on the body of the device itself.

But… I bet it’s a matter of time. Especially now that we are going to see a change in the strategies of those who design and produce the chips that give life to this type of device. AI will place greater demands on the processing side, and therefore it is very likely that it will be necessary to find more space inside smartphones to fit more powerful components, and of course, to fit more advanced cooling systems.

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