iPhone 14 Dynamic Island On Android? Unofficial Version Of iPhone’s Dynamic Island Coming Soon On Android!

We all know that Apple unveiled its new iPhone 14 series last week. 

iPhone 14 Dynamic Island On Android? Unofficial Version Of  iPhone's Dynamic Island Coming Soon On Android!

Considering the brand popularity in India, even if you’re not an Apple fan, you probably have heard about the iPhone 14 series by now.

And why not as the smartphone maker has given Samsung’s recent campaign to mock the series.

This new series has one of the new “innovative” features known as  Dynamic Island

Dynamic Island Feature For Android 

Basically, it is a notification area near the selfie camera cutout that expands to offer detailed information. 

It’s not similar to the Dynamic Island that exists on Android devices.

 We can not deny that the beauty of the Android platform is that it’s much more open to third-party app developers. 

Yess, your guess is right as someone developed a Dynamic Island-style notification area for an Android device.

It is noteworthy here that the latter phone isn’t made by Samsung and doesn’t run One UI. 

On the contrary, this Dynamic Island-style feature was developed by Mi Theme Developers for Xiaomi MIUI. 

Due to the pending approval, it is not available for download.

Teaser For Android Dynamic Island Feature

 Although, it was briefly demonstrated in a short Twitter video, as seen below. (via Android Authority)

This demonstration suggests that Dynamic Island-type notifications could come to more Android phones.

It doesn’t end here as this might be only the beginning as other Android custom UI developers will likely attempt to copy Apple’s Dynamic Island for other devices and custom launchers. 

We never know, soon we might even see a third-party Dynamic Island-type of notification area on Samsung devices running One UI.

With this finding, now the question comes to how Apple’s Dynamic Island will influence the Android segment and One UI in the long run.

So far, there’s a lot of buzz around Dynamic Island mainly because the iPhone 14 series isn’t very exciting, to begin with. 

It’s Just A Start

Whatever be the scenario, this feature’s popularity could spawn all sorts of similar ideas on Android.

So, this MIUI interpretation of Dynamic Island might be the first of many.

In the meantime, do you think Samsung should start developing its own Dynamic Island-style notification area to accompany the circular selfie camera “Infinity-O” cutout? 

Prior to this Samsung attempted to make its Infinity-O display area more interactive through display cutout notifications, i.e., EdgeLighting+, for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10. 

But,it appears that Samsung didn’t spend as much time and energy developing this feature compared to Apple.

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