This is how the manufacturers’ flagship design has developed since 2015

We have looked at how the design for the smartphone manufacturers ‘flagship series has developed since 2015. Several of the companies’ top models have in recent years had very similar constructions.

One reason is that mobile phones have reached a point in development where the front can practically not be varied very much, because the frames are so thin. The factors that can be affected are mainly the location of the sensors, the rounding of the corners, the aspect ratio of the panel and whether the edges of the screen are sloping.

Some manufacturers, especially Apple, are also reusing last year’s design as a kind of streamlining. The design could be called uniform with a positive word choice, or monotonous with a negative tone. Google is perhaps the manufacturer that has changed the designs the most from year to year, hipp as happ. None of the top models in the Pixel series really resemble its predecessor.

Maybe Google has finally found its design language with this year’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, with a similar design for next year’s Pixels. We have chosen the manufacturers’ top models in the flagship series for each year.






LG (rest in peace)

All phones in the same picture (with correct aspect ratio)

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