March is the day of intensive mobile phone release, since MWC, many manufacturers have launched their own new products. If the wave of last year is a comprehensive screen design, this year’s trend is probably the fringe screen. Whether you like it or not, we have to admit that Liu Hai is a big weapon to raise the ratio of screen.
But the problem, Iphonex used Liu Hai because the iOS closed system can make it feel at ease on this special-shaped screen to do, for Android phones, it can only be hard for the manufacturers to find their own way. But with an increasing number of Android phones that use profiled screens this year, Google has also brought us an Android 9.0 with an adapter-shaped screen.
While it is only now updated with the DP version of the Android P (developer Preview), the authorities are only fitting some of the “pro sons”, but what will the future Android devices support as the best prospect for understanding Android devices? What are the characteristics? Let’s take a look.
As I said earlier, Android P added support for Liu Hai, which Google calls a notch screen (display with a cutout). With the latest Displaycutout classes, developers can find locations and shapes for non-functional areas, and non-functional areas should not display features; use Getdisplaycutout () to get detailed information about the area.