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Rounded Corners On Android Smartphones Are Getting HOT


Google recently launched its highly anticipated Google Pixel 2 smartphone and it is already winning hearts all over the world. Except some negotiable disadavatanges (apart from high price), Pixels 2 is currently one of the smartest and most perfect Android smartphones you could buy right now.

In a brief

The new Pixel 2 smartphone comes with 5.0 — inch and 6.0 -inch display options. Packed with 12.2MP rear camera and 8MP front facing camera. And obviously running the latest version of Android operating system. I don’t want to bore you with specs, as at this price, you could expect that you will be getting high end hardware in this phone.
So, let’s skip that part and move directly to the new feature which everyone has noticed but only a few cared about. I am talking about the rounded corners. No, not the design, the UI rounded corners. (Look at the below image)



I haven’t used the Pixel 2 smartphone yet, so I don’t know if they have some use, like in Samsung smartphone, or they are just there to make the UI look different and cool. Overall, I loved it and I wish if there was a way to enable this feature on other Android smartphones too. I know, that there are a number of third party apps which do that, but they are full of annoying ads. I don’t trust giving them permission to monitor what I am doing on my phone.

But still I love it. I mean the way they are rounded at both the sides, it looks attractive. Maybe because my eyes are tired of looking at the same old pointed corners UI on my phone.

Hopefully, this will become a thing in the future smartphones. Even this guy has it, accompanied with a black bar. (which is not cool)



What do you think about round corners? Do you like them?

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