When Android P came out in the developer preview released a few months ago, I immediately said that Pixel 3 is likely to copy Apple's iPhone X design. My theory was that Google would add not only Android-P support for third-party Android devices, but also smartphones mimicking Apple's notch from the iPhone X. Due to the notch in Android P, Google seems to suggest that the Pixel 3 series will all have a screen design similar to the iPhone X. And it looks like proof to hide the Pixel 3 score in public.
Last week, Google released Android P Public Beta after it released more details about the new Android update on I / O 2018, including the new iPhone X-like gestures that come on Android. It turns out that the beta contains a detail that points to the potential Pixel 3 design. As explained by Android Police Android P offers a new way to display notifications indicating that a Pixel 3 notch is in the works.
On the left side of the screen As you can see in the picture above, you only get up to four notifications. That's it. The remaining space between the left and right sides of the screen is not content. There, the score will likely be on Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
Google may have committed these UI limitations to Android P to accommodate the design of its Pixel 3 phones. We already know that Pixel 3 exists and that Google is already actively testing it. And it looks like the Pixel 3 score could be more substantial than others. But do not just enjoy Google, which still replicates Face ID.
If you're an Android fan and hoped that Google's upcoming Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL phones would save you from any iPhone X imitators that Android phone manufacturers have released, we're sorry To be the bearer of bad news. Do not worry, because Apple is reportedly planning to discontinue notch design as early as next year, which means Android vendors will follow suit!