Note: The image on the left is our interpretation of the patent image.
Two days ago, during Google’s I/O 2017 keynote, it was announced that the Galaxy S8/S8+ and LG’s next flagship phone will eventually support Daydream later this year.
So, LG did a weird little thing with the V10 — it stuck a tiny, secondary screen on top of the phone’s main display. Used for notifications, quick shortcuts to apps and utilities, or just an always-on clock screen, the ticker has found its niche of fans, despite the fact that many would rather see it move to the bottom of the phone, where it’s more easily accessible.
The feature was also present on the successor — the LG V20, and can also be seen on the brand-new HTC U Ultra. So, it seems it’s going to stick around for a while.
In 2015, when the V10 was announced, we asked you what …