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For Better Or Worse, Google Is Apparently Getting Down With The Notch

Android Oreo hasn't even landed on one per cent of Android Phones yet, but Google is already looking ahead to the next big update for the world's most popular mobile OS. And if a report from Bloomberg is true, Android P could make it easier for phone makers to design devices with unusual displays. More »      
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