Apple iPhones and MacBook already supports 3D touch but Android doesn’t support 3D touch yet. Google confirms that Android N will support 3D touch features.
3D touch features popularly known as force touch features. The user has to touch the screen with little force instead of normal touch. Force touch or 3D touch enable alternative features of the device.
Google released the 3D touch features in Android N developer preview. But the reality is, there are few devices available in the market to support 3D touch features.
Android fans have to wait for final release of Android N to test the 3D touch features. But there are simple hacks to test the 3D touch features.
To test the 3D touch you need to have a rooted Android device with exposed installer installed. Rest of the guidelines are in the video.