As is happening in recent years, the month of October will bring us the new generation of Google Pixel mobiles. This time it will be the Google Pixel 3 that are presented, based on the known rumors. Now there are those who wonder if the Android P settings could have revealed the possible Google Pixel 3 design .
The first characteristics that we have known about Google Pixel 3 are quite obvious, as is the Snapdragon 845 processor and Android P , the basic pillars on which the new mobile generation of the Mountain View firm will be based.
What have been leaked today are some images of the settings of the latest Android P beta , specifically of two gestures that can be done with the fingers on the screen of the terminals compatible with this system. As we can see in Slash Leaks, it is precisely these two gestures the only ones that show a design different from the phone in the illustration , and just these two illustrations show an aspect that could well be the front of the Google Pixel 3, although obviously they may have been designed to illustrate the typical aspect of a 2018 terminal.
But beyond that, it’s true that we can see a phone in both images without any screen edge , both on the sides and on the top and bottom. On this occasion you can see that one of the gestures is to avoid that the ring tone is heard when receiving a call and activating the vibration. The other gesture is to change the app by sliding up from the virtual Home button. It is striking that these illustrations that show a phone without any border on the screen, has the buttons in the same position of the Google Pixel 2 .
More focused on the side of what is usual in other phones, and with the volume buttons below the power button , one more aspect that makes us think that really these illustrations may be alluding to the Google Pixel 3 with a new design of its front. Recall that although Android P will have support for the notch that many phones are introducing on their screens, it does not look like it will be part of the design of a new Google device, and we could lean more to what will be similar to what you can see in these illustrations of Android P. If you want to keep in touch with other Google mobile enthusiasts, do not forget visit the Google Pixel forum in Movilzona .