In recent months, Google has brought the dictates of Material You into many of its applications, even starting to introduce them into its own app for making calls. It now appears that Google is working on a graphical revamp of the Google Phone number pad.
In recent years, the Google Phone application has been profoundly renewed, going from being a fairly simple application to being one of the most complete applications for making calls in the entire Android landscape, equipped, among other things, with a very useful system caller ID identification and a spam filter to prevent unwanted calls.
New graphics for the Google Phone number pad
In view of the process of completing the transition to Material You, Google is working on the graphic renewal of the numeric keypad in its Google Phone app.
The renewed graphic interface for the numeric keypad of the Google Phone first of all increases the size of the keyboard, enclosing the numeric keys within ovals (as already seen in the Google Calculator or in the Android 12 lock screen).
Google is working on a new UI for the dial pad in the Phone app.
Left: Current UI
Right: New UI
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When the keys are pressed, they return pleasant visual feedback, with a wavy effect that expands outward from the point where it is pressed.
When does the new Google Phone dialer graphics arrive?
This graphic novelty does not seem to be available on a large scale yet: it seems, in fact, that it has reached only a small number of beta testers.