Is a slider better than a notch?

For the past 15 months or so, the dominant design trait of many smartphones has been the notch. The notch, which has various shapes and sizes depending on which phone you’re looking at, allows phone makers to put a larger screen inside a phone and still include the necessary front-facing camera and earpiece speaker. But it’s safe to say that the notch is not universally liked — in fact, it’s perhaps the most polarizing design trait in years.

So this year, phone makers are going out of their way to avoid the notch, while still providing a large, edge-to-edge screen on their devices. We’ve seen hole-punch designs, phones with two screens, and even phones that fold in half. In other words, the desire to avoid the notch has made phone design…

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