In 2022, Apple unveiled the Dynamic Island, a novel notification feature designed exclusively for the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, aimed at enhancing the functionality of the notch.
Since then, several apps have been developed in an attempt to replicate the feature on Android phones.
A year later, Realme introduced its own version of the Dynamic Island called the Mini Capsule for the Realme C55, thereby setting the stage for native versions of the iPhone feature.
Tecno is set to follow with the launch of the “Dynamic Port” in an upcoming update.
This feature will make its debut on the recently launched Camon 20 series in October. The Dynamic Port is designed to provide users with quick access to notifications and updates at a glance.
The feature is expected to arrive via a firmware update.
For now, the Dynamic Port will focus on three key functions: call status, charging status, and facial recognition status. However, it will be expanded to support a broader range of apps in the future.
By adding this feature to its software, Tecno aims to provide users with a more efficient and distraction-free smartphone experience.