Xiaomi Mi Note 2's curved display may include 3D touch support
Cupertino wasn't officially the first company to bring a pressure-sensitive display to the market; Huawei beat it to the punch with the announcement of the Mate S' 'Press Touch' last year. ZTE's Axon Mini, which rolled out shortly after the Mate S and the iPhone, also dabbles in this regard, as does the Apollo from Chinese brand Vernee. In general, though, the list of Force Touch-enabled Android devices is both short and largely disappointing.
It has also been suggested that the unannounced Mi 5s could include a pressure-sensitive display in its armory. Lets hope that if either, or indeed both handsets get this feature, it is implemented smoothly and to the benefit of the overall experience.
We'll keep you updated on any further info regarding the long-awaited announcements, so stay tuned.