Realme crowdsources concepts for a dynamic island similar to Apple’s
Chinese smartphone manufacturer realme is looking for suggestions from its “dedicated fans” on how to imitate Apple’s Dynamic Island found on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Similar to Apple’s Dynamic Island, realme suggests that in a challenge, “the UI around the camera hole may transform into multiple forms and sizes to display incoming phone calls, alarms, notifications, and more.” This concept is “very interesting” to the business, therefore it has decided to ask its “committed fans for thoughts and suggestions on how such a software feature could be implemented on realme devices.” Fans are urged to send in screenshots, videos, and other materials that show how realme might include a copy of Dynamic Island onto its devices.
Post a comment in the form of a drawing, GIF, or simply text, and explain how a potential realme Island would work, what it would look like, and how it would be beneficial – feel free to be detailed as our realme UI devs will be looking at all proposals and they know their stuff.
What’s Your Dream Island Like? is the description on a picture that realme included with the challenge, which features a hole-punch cutout with a yellow glow. The winning concept will be used by realme’s UI engineers, who will “examine it for a potential implementation in the future,” the company adds.
Customers and consumers have praised the Dynamic Island on the iPhone 14 Pro since it was unveiled earlier this month, with some referring to it as “one of Apple’s best designs in years.” The pill-shaped region at the top of the display is used by Dynamic Island to show users pertinent and contextual information, such as background activities, Now Playing, and more. Days before Apple unveiled the iPhone 14, Android developers started working on a port of Dynamic Island for Android phones.