The iPhone 13’s boxy design may be the latest trend that Android OEMs copy

You might have noticed an annoying trend in the tech world over the last few years. Whenever Apple adopts a new design or technology, many Android and PC OEMs follow suit. While there’s no denying the fact that Apple too picks up on things first pioneered by companies on the other side of the fence, the company is the trendsetter more often than not. The most infuriating thing about this behavior is that, at times, some OEMs blindly follow in Apple’s footsteps, even if the change in question is not beneficial for end-users. Thankfully, this time around, the trend in question doesn’t entirely fall in that category. It’s a design change that some of you might hate while others might appreciate.
Recent leaks suggest that Android OEMs will adopt the boxy design that Apple reintroduced with the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 for their upcoming devices. Xiaomi has started sharing teasers about its upcoming Redmi Note 11 lineup. The teasers showcase a device that looks a whole lot like the Redmi …

Written By: Pranob Mehrotra

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