In Google's screenshot, a dialog box is open, so the theory is that in this (in-development, subject-to-change) build of Android, a back button pops up only when a dialog box is open and the button would normally disappear. The company has already released some early builds for the developers for testing goal.
The name has been one of the names rumoured to be in consideration, however it's not the only P-named sweet treat Google has teased users with in recent months.
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What are your thoughts on a gesture-based navigation system for Android? It looks like it will provide an iPhone X like navigation experience to the users. Besides this, Google has shared zero hints related to the name for the next version of Android, at least not until now, maybe. According to the leaked screenshot, the regular circled home button has been replaced by a "pill" shaped horizontal navigation bar that very much resembles iPhone X's home navigation bar. First reported by Wired, security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell of Security Research Labs (SRL) revealed "patch gaps" they had found in Android smartphones at a security conference on Friday. No other custom ROMs never showcased such a navigation setting yet. Below that is the navigation bar cropped from the now-deleted screenshot posted to the Android Developers Blog.
Nevertheless, some smart people managed to take a copy of this particular screenshot. So it is doubtful about the availability of this feature.
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This isn't the first time we've seen evidence that gesture navigation is on its way.
It's worth reiterating this might not necessarily make it into the final version of Android P; just look at Dark Mode. Sources close to 9to5Google have also stated Google is developing gesture-based navigation which we could see at some point in Android P. To accommodate this, the navigation bar will receive a redesign which is what we're seeing today. And as pointed out by Ars, Android P has a new sliding animation when navigating within an app, which would jive nicely with swiping gestures.
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