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2017-09-22 06:02 AM
I just noticed that the left key on the navigation bar is larger than the right key (In stock Android, Midlle key is larger than the other two, left and right keys are the same size)
XZ1 as an example:
Here's a comparison between Pixel and XZ1. As you can see, the left key on the XZ1 is larger than that of the Pixel. In Pixel and other stock Android UI, they have the the middle key larger than the other two, which makes a more balanced-looking design.
Why would Sony make one key smaller than the other two? Would you guys please fix this?
Sony always has attention to details. Really hope you guys can let the developers know if this problem.
2017-09-21 06:35 AM - edited 2017-09-21 06:47 AM
I have also noticed this issue.
I am not trying to be picky but the right key (Square) is a bit smaller than the other two which makes me a bit not comfortable.
It would be MUCH BETTER if this problem can be fixed just by simply updating the system.
Cheers & Thank you for raising this up Kenny
2017-09-22 07:46 AM
@kenny-tetsuya I think they were trying to compensate for the fact that a triangle has a smaller surface area than a square with the same side length. on the screenshot of Pixel icons you provided, the triangle icon looks optically smaller than the square one, and it makes the navbar seem to lack balance to me. the Sony navbar feels more balanced.