1 Raise and Tap to Wake
The Moto X (from the previous slide) was also among the first smartphones to feature a raise-to-wake feature. And while the iPhone 5s was the first to sport a motion coprocessor, it took until iOS 10 and the iPhone 6s for Apple to introduce Raise to Wake.
Similarly, Apple’s Tap to Wake came about on the iPhone X — making it easier to access the phone or quickly view the screen with the lack of a Home button. But LG first debuted a similar feature, called KnockON, on its 2013 G2 smartphone (which was adopted by other Android manufacturers in the years since).