Google Pixel 3 Design Accidentally Revealed Via Android P Beta
Anticipated to arrive in October 2018, the Google Pixel 3 has been making rounds in the rumor mill. Recently, the biggest search engine company accidentally revealed this handset’s design through Android P beta.
According to Forbes, Google has unsuspectingly exposed its Google Pixel 3 plans through the new Android P public beta. Also, while all of the mainstream reporting is focused on Android P’s new gesture controls, but if you dig deeper you’ll discover that the Android P reveals the Pixel 2 successor’s user interface.
It can be noticed that the Android O can show seven status bar notifications, while the Android P is limited to t four. It is also worth noting that this can’t be changed although it leaves a huge, seemingly misused, empty space amid the clock and notifications.
Believe it or not, the Google Pixel3, in theory, will have a notch. Nonetheless, there are three important factors in contrast to this. Here are they:
Initially, while Android P adds notch support which is also known as the “cutout support”, even when this feature is disabled the notifications can’t fill the remaining space on the display. As an alternative, dots that are up to a maximum of three will be shown to reserve the space for the notch.
Secondly, the biggest search engine company has revealed with past Android generational betas that they predominantly function as test divans for next-generation Pixels. Thirdly, if you take a closer look at the four icon limit, it doesn’t essentially fit several present Android phones that features small notches.
Obviously, many would hope that the final version of Android P will have support for notifications that utilize the full width of the display for handsets lacking notches. But for now, Google has to focus on the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL.
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