A screenshot posted on a Google blog post indicates that an update to Android P will change the look of the navigation bar and possibly implement gesture-based controls similar to those found on the iPhone X.
With the February security update, Google has rolled out support for the Visual Core on all third-party apps on the Pixel 2. Users can now take advantage of the extra computing power in third party apps like Instagram and Snapchat.
A recently merged commit in LineageOS reveals that the popular Live Display feature will now have its own quick settings toggle, allowing snappy changes of display color temperature modes. Read more here.
While many people may have imagined the Pixel 2 as being the flagship for enthusiasts, there may be some hiccups that will prevent this from being a reality; some Pixel 2 units are having issues with bootloader unlocking.
Want to control your screen brightness without having to go to the trouble of touching your display? DigiLux lets you control your screen brightness using gestures on the fingerprint sensor of your device on Android Oreo. Read more here!