Apple’s 3D Touch is a pretty cool trick that lets me interact with my phone differently than any other phone I’ve used, although it’s relegated to performing shortcut-like features for the time being.
At MWC 2016, I stumbled upon a pink phone that’s ultra slim and features a screen that has sensors inside that let it interpret touches differently depending on pressure. And the company that makes it also calls it 3D Touch.
Meet the Gionee S8, an iPhone clone that also happens to be the first Android phone to incorporate 3D Touch. More →