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We have yet to see what this new “modern look and feel” is supposed to look like, considering Google hasn’t released any screenshots yet, but we can make some educated guesses on the matter. For example, just as others have already done so, we can speculate that this re-design would likely fall within Google’s own “Material You” design language, which is already being used across the ecosystem. This would make perfect sense and it would add a splash of color and consistency across the web.
Google’s push for password alternatives
It is entirely possible that this redesign could be another way in which Google plans to highlight the use of passkeys even more. Google’s sign-in pages already prompt users to use them, but currently it is presented as more of an afterthought that the default sign-in method is it meant to be.
It is important to note that at this point this is all speculation. We have no clear indication on what Google’s plans are on this matter, but considering how prominent the redesign notice is right now on sign-in pages, we probably won’t have to wait long to find out.
Source: Phone Arena