Android P Preview 4 tweaks gesture navigation, revamps system icons

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Enlarge / Google's logo for the Android P Developer Preview.

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The latest Android P Preview (Preview #4, Beta #3) is out. It's a few days late given that it was supposed to launch in June, but now the Google Pixel 1 and Pixel 2 are free to update to the latest build. This "June" release has been bumped up to the July security patch, and it includes "the latest bug fixes and optimizations for stability and polish" according to Google blog post. Flash Beta 3 to a device and you'll find a few changes, mostly related to gesture navigation. Keep in mind it's still a beta, and while I'm going to point out that things are incomplete, things are allowed to be incomplete. Again, it's a beta.
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