Mobile phone makers have identified a significant portion of users spend more time on mobile gaming applications than they do making phone calls or even using a web browser to access ordinary websites. In response, one company is designing a new foldable mobile phone model to, as its primary use case, play video games. It has a dual screen mode to separate touch controls from the main game window (also a touch screen) as well as inbuilt analogue controls along the sides of the device.
A popular mobile phone Operating System (OS) is already working across the company's existing range of conventional mobile phones. Decide whether designers should configure the existing mobile phone OS to work with the new mobile phone design or instead build a new dedicated OS.
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