Lu Weibing asks users whether they want the Dynamic Island in the Redmi K60

Internet users are passionately debating Lu Weibing’s query, “Do you really need Dynamic Island in Redmi K60?” on Weibo. The president of Group China wants to know users’ thoughts on this feature

The Redmi K60 series will be available in the first quarter of 2023 according to information currently available. Various variants will be based on Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC platforms. We do not know anything further at this time.

Recall that the iPhone 14 Pro introduced a new notch called Dynamic Island. Around the front camera, a pop-up notification system is added. Third-party apps do not yet support this “dynamic island,” which can get varied sizes and forms.

A comprehensive list of the apps and features that Dynamic Island supports has been made available by the Youtuber Marques Brownlee (MKBHD). He also demonstrated how Dynamic Island functions work. According to him, “over the next 18 months, this will be the feature that other smartphone makers will copy the most”.

Fans commented on Lu Weibing’s message: We hope Redmi K60 will join the Dynamic Island

Source: TechRadar

The notch is extremely amazing and complements the UI, according to Luo Yonghao, creator of Smartisan and Hammer Technology, but he said that devices do not require this technique.

In one of the earlier posts, we demonstrated how the smartphone version of Dynamic Island functions.

One of the most significant new features of ’s premium smartphones this year is the brand-new Dynamic Island notch on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.

More than 40 use cases for Dynamic Island will be available at launch. Including both third-party apps and native iOS 16 apps and features.

The Dynamic Island grows when you press it for a long time, revealing some simple controls. Direct pauses and stops of timers are possible from Dynamic Island. The same holds true for FaceTime and Music applications.

On Dynamic Island, some system activities, such as activating the focus mode or plugging in the iPhone appear with fluid animations.

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