Unless you have been living under a rock, you must already know about the new iPhone X that Apple released a few days ago. Among its bezel-less display and the one grand US dollar price, the most notable difference between the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X is that the latter has a notch on the top that houses all of its facial recognition sensors. And before the iPhone X is out there in the market, there is a way to turn your Android into it. Just kidding, not really but something else is invented by a bored programmer that gives people a pleasure of perverting their Android.
iPhone X has that very noticeable and at times enviable notch at the top of display making it gorgeous in its own way. However, Android is popular for its immense customization so Android finds its way through an app that gives a similar notch to whichever device you are using.
Developed by GitHub user idoideas, XOutOf10 is a funny app simulating the iPhone X notch on practically any Android handset. As it claims, the idea saves you $999 straight away.
Check out how the notch looks – and precisely how noticeable it is. You can download the XOutOf10 APK from this link in order to run the quirky app. Just Android 6.0 Marshmallow and above will be required to get it up and running.
This is how perhaps fashion industry runs making people adopt styles from celebrities and stars. But we wonder if really Android anytime needs to look like iPhone? There are powerful and adorable sets in upcoming Android lineup that have guts to make iPhone feel ancient. Heck, the recently launched Essential Phone from Android’s father Andy Rubin even has a notch.