The present way of dealing with multitasking while on a call is not precisely the most advantageous one on Android cell phones. Tapping the back catch amid a continuous call implies that the best way to return to the dialer is to drag down the warnings plate, locate your progressing call notice and afterward tap on it to gathering et cetera.
The disappointing piece is finding the call warning, which is the reason the vast majority of us would essentially tap on Recents and discover the telephone (or dialer) application and after that resume to roll out an improvement with a progressing call.
Google knows Android call administration is an issue and it is attempting to address it as it were, which would be less saddling than the present technique which includes the two strategies said above.
9to5Google have figured out how to empower a test highlight in rendition 11 of the Phone application, which is the default dialer application for Google’s Nexus and Pixel gadgets. On the off chance that you hit the back catch amid a call, your dialer screen will now be limited to a skimming bubble.
The air pocket will snap to one side or the correct sides relying upon where you drag it and will skim over any application that is present running on screen, like the Facebook Messenger Chat Heads.
Tapping on the in-call coasting catch, will see the round symbol extend to uncover flips for a speakerphone, quieting and hanging up.
The skimming catch is not precisely another element. BlackBerry has been utilizing the same on its current KeyONE cell phone also. It’s convenient and can be moved around while you deal with different applications opening documents for reference amid a call.
Ideally, this new component makes it to the following firmware refresh or to Android O. Until further notice it appears to be more similar to an element that would touch base on Google’s own special Pixel scope of gadgets instead of each Android gadget out there. Be that as it may, how about we trust that Google gets it to all Android gadgets a future refresh.