Ever since the Essential Phone was announced last May, there's been a heated debate over the notch. Later introduced on phones like the iPhone X, Huawei P20 Pro, and upcoming LG G7, the notch has become a heated point of debate for smartphone users everywhere.
The notch does technically allow for more screen area at the top of a phone compared to having a full strip of bezel, but at the same time, can be an unsightly eyesore when watching videos or playing full-screen games.
Witch the notch becoming more and more popular, we decided to see what our forum users had to say on the matter. Here are just a few of the responses.
There's plenty more to say on this subject, so we'd now like to hand the microphone over to you – Do you want a notch on your next phone?
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