We’ve already know some of the user interface changes coming with Android L, including refreshed software navigation buttons. Now some more of those details have leaked, though, thanks to a video of a Chromium crash.
The folks at Myce discovered a Chromium app running on a new version of Android L that features the build number LRW87D, which is said to be just five days old. The status bar shows a solid Wi-Fi icon and a clock with a smaller font. The navigation buttons at the bottom of the display are smaller as well. You can see a screenshot comparison between the current Android L and this this leaked version below.
These new changes aren’t exactly groundbreaking, but considering that we got our first peek at Android L in June and still don’t have an official version to play with, it’s exciting to get some new details to pore over.
Now that the pieces of the Android L puzzle are coming together, what do you think of the next major Android update? Do you like the UI tweaks that Google has made?