We also get a first look at the redesigned Google Lens for Google Assistant.
In this week’s top stories: Google is working on a customizable “Google Bar” search widget for Google app, we discuss where the Pixel still shines a year after its release, and we catch a glimpse of the redesigned Google Lens in Google Assistant.
Also, we have decided to revisit the original Pixel and Pixel XL, which have aged better than just about any other Android phones we’ve seen.
Only some OnePlus 3T models have the correct Samsung display (you apparently need the Samsung s6e3fa5 to enable the feature), and it wouldn’t make sense for some OnePlus 3T models to have the option while others don’t.
That, and despite the OnePlus 5 having the same exact display as the OnePlus 3T (a 5.5-inch 1080p AMOLED at 401 ppi), the OnePlus 3T models that can enable the feature still don’t look exactly the same.
But why is this modification possible on the OnePlus 3T? I think the answer is pretty simple.