It would appear that Google just released the iPhone X-like Gesture Navigation highlight that may include in its upcoming version of OS, Android P. This component was coincidentally uncovered in an Android engineers blog entry where the overhauled navigation bar was found in a screenshot of Android P.
What we see is a determinedly odd navigation format, with this short little bar set up of the normal home button, a back button that is currently dug out, and an application switcher that appears to be completely missing.
It appears as though the home button has been supplanted with a pill-formed button like what is found on the iPhone X. It isn’t evident whether the new home button will in any case be a button or a swipe signal like on the iPhone X.
The current application button appears to likewise be gone and the back button appears to look somewhat changed. The back button has just been demonstrated relevantly and will leave when it isn’t required. It is additionally conceivable that the back button won’t make it to the last release and is there for the beta. There’s still a considerable measure of unanswered inquiries.
Obtaining highlights from every portable OS has occurred before and it will keep on happening later on. Crying about who duplicated who is for negligible youngsters. By the day’s end, you, the client, gets the best portable experience and that is all that truly matters.
Regardless of whether the spilled screenshot is valid or not, must be affirmed once Google formally declares it. With the Google I/O 2018 coming up one month from now, we will know whether Android P will get bolster for iPhone X-like gesture navigation. Furthermore, we really won’t be amazed on the off chance that it does, considering how Android smartphone manufacturers are pushing for full screen shows with their smartphones.