Samsung with its Galaxy S8 and S8 + and LG with the new G6 launched the trend in smartphone design that is focusing on a big screen, making smaller frames and maintaining a relatively compact design.

A key element of this strategy is the new aspect ratios, 18:9 and 18.5:9, and now is quite possibly more manufacturers to look in the same direction. FullVision display is the technology used in LG G6, while Infinity Display is called in Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8 +. To combine on the best way software with hardware, Google urged developers of Android applications to optimize their programs for these new screens standarts.

“In order to take full advantage of the larger display formats on these devices, you should consider increasing your app’s maximum supported aspect ratio. We recommend that you design your app to support aspect ratios of 2.1 or higher.” the company said.

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