Material Design is a design regulation focused on the visualization of the Android operating system, in addition on the Web and on any platform. It was developed by Google and announced at the Google I / O conference held on June 25, 2014. Expanding the card interface view for the first time in Google Now. Material was integrated into Android Lollipop as a holo replacement, previously used from Android 4 and successors. Philosophy also applied in Google Drive and Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, and was progressively extending to all Google products (including Google Search, Gmail and Google Calendar), providing an experience consisting of all platforms. Google also launched APIs so that external developers will incorporate design material to their applications.   
The PS5 is a device that has something to say with its design. The imposing mastodon sports very heavy curves and this characteristic look of jumped necklace that makes the PS5 so distinct. That being said, it s not for everyone. The biggest complaint was the absence of an option for a black model that could be a little more sober for some. Enter; DBRAND.
DBrand is a famous company for its excellent appliance packages. Due to the unusual design of the PS5, the envelopes were not a convenient option. However, people still wanted to customize their new generation consoles. DBRAND saw the gap that Sony left on the market and rushed for that. Derkplates DBRAND were born. Exactly presenting the same design as Sony s original plates, the Darkplates have changed the color as white black. They even asked Sony to sue them because of the similarities with the original plates.
Unsurprisingly, the technology giant issued a cease and abstain. DBRAND complied and removed the product, but not before having made a big deal about it.
A few days later, DBRAND released its 2.0 darkplates. This new design removes Sony s signatures, leaving the necklace in dust. It also has a windbreaker to theoretically improve the cooling performance of the console. These new plates are available in 3 different colors; Black, white and the new retro gray .
According to DBRAND, the new design neutralizes any future claim for counterfeiting of Sony . They even go so far as to say the difference this time is that we have created an original design for which they have no foundation to alleviate a counterfeit. If they want to try, they would better be willing to pay our legal fees. There has not been a word of Sony yet about the redesign, and we do not know if or when there will be. The original Darkplates were on sale for some time before being removed, it is possible that a similar situation occurs here.
What do you think of the redesign? Are you trying to find original Darkplates, or spring for the news? Are you going to replace your side panels? Let us know in the comments!