Following the iPhone X's release in 2017, almost every Android OEM was in a rush to put a notch on their own phones. This was a pretty big design change compared to what we've been used to for so many years, and as expected, this caused a lot of commotion and irritation among some people.
However, now that it's been well over a year since the notch was popularized, have we grown used to it? Do we still hate it?
Here's what some Android Central forum members have to say.
What about you? Are you getting used to the notch?
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