This Monday (02) the website Android Police presented leaked images of a supposed version of Google Translator that could arrive at the Pixel 6 launch. The current design of the translator platform — one of Google’s most famous apps — dates from 2018.
O XDA Developers did a ‘disassembly’ of the application code and the 6.21 APK cites a new Material You interface for the translator. It was clear that the new model is still under development, as some of the buttons are not working properly when starting the program. Check out the screenshots of the supposed updated look below:
Supposed Google Translate redesign (Source: Android Police / Reproduction)Fonte: Android Police
The new model was all designed to improve practicality, which is the focus of Android 12. It is possible to identify that the change in the position of the buttons — concentrated at the bottom of the screen — demonstrate the concept of one-handed usability, which makes sense with the ad of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, with 6.4″ and 6.7″ screens respectively.
It’s still not possible to know when the revamped Google Translate will be released and whether the app will have an exclusivity time for Android 12 or Google phones. More details are expected to be announced by October, with the launch of Pixel 6 and the new edition of the operating system.