“Post a comment in the form of a drawing, GIF or just text, and explain how a potential Dynamic Island Realme would work, what it would look like and how it would be beneficial – feel free to be detailed, as our Realme UI Developers will review all submissions”, can we read on the site dedicated to this strange operation of participatory plagiarism.
At Redmi, a sub-brand of Chinese Xiaomi, things are moving faster. The home version of the Dynamic Island is already in the works, as can be seen in the video below. Lu Weibing, president of Xiaomi, asked users if they were interested in this feature, dubbed “Smart Island”. And they would seem so. The Redmi K60 could therefore become the first Android smartphone to offer this feature.