The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have a “Colors” environment in their arrangement options that lets we balance your screen’s tone superfluity and heat to your fondness by selecting between “Natural,” “Boosted,” and “Saturated” options. In Android P’s Developer Preview 2, a menu now shows a photo—a pale nightfall behind a integrate of palm trees—so we can some-more immediately see a effects of your choice.
Previously, a shade was mostly white, and to unequivocally know what we were changing, you’d have to demeanour during something some-more colorful—either your home shade or another app. In theory, it’s a small quality-of-life tweak that creates a lot of sense, but a specific print Google used isn’t all that useful in last how your shade is calibrated.
The picture is kind of dim and it’s mostly cold hues, with only a small orange here and there. Ideally, a page would uncover mixed images with incompatible palettes, or during slightest a singular picture with some-more tone in it. This is still preview software, though, so it’s probable to change before the blurb release.