Google seems to be testing iPhone X-like gesture management in Android P
Seems like Google simply leaked the iPhone X-style navigation gesture characteristic that will characteristic in its upcoming model of OS, Android P.
In an unrelated weblog submit concerning the “DNS over TLS support in Android P Developer Preview”, Google by accident shared a screenshot from a tool that seems to be working the second Android P Developer Preview. The screenshot prompt that Google is engaged on a doable iPhone X-like gesture navigation interface to switch the prevailing buttons for Android P. The submit contained a screenshot of the DNS settings with a navigation bar that’s utterly totally different from what’s at present on Android 8.1 Oreo.
The stable round form middle house button is changed by a capsule form button like on the iPhone X. Additional, the blue colour scheme signifies that the telephone is working the Google Pixel 2 XL theme. Additionally, the Current Apps button or multi-tasking button, is totally lacking. Nevertheless, the again button remains to be there, which in response to Stephen Hall from 9to5Google, is just proven contextually.
Shortly after the weblog submit publication, Google rapidly edited the screenshot to crop out the navigation bar. Nevertheless, you possibly can take a look at the unique, uncropped picture, which remains to be on Google’s servers by clicking here.
Whether or not the leaked screenshot is true or not, can solely be confirmed as soon as Google formally declares it. With the Google I/O 2018 arising subsequent month, we’re hopeful to be taught extra about Android P.