In recent times, there is a preponderance of full-screen smartphone. Many OEMs now modify their system to suit full-screen devices. This is also true for Google and it is very necessary for Android to have better full-screen gestures. Last week, the first Android Q beta was released. The major upgrades of this new system were highlighted by Google but there are some minor upgrades that catch the eye. One of such is the full-screen navigation gesture.
Now, many users have found that Android Q is more friendly to full-screen gestures. Early users claim that the overall experience is very similar to Apple’s iPhone X. In fact, the Android 9 Pie came with a similar system which was close to Apple’s performance. However, the Android Q further breaches the gap between iOS and Android.
The feeling of many users is that Android Q’s gesture interaction experience is almost the same as the iPhone. Users can slide the pill button to the left to return to the last used app, swipe up and hold to enter the multitasking view. The entire gesture transition animation has no delay and the interaction is fluid. According to Google’s progress, the official version of Android Q should be released in September this year.