What's the problem with the current one?
Well, if you own an android tablet you are probably well versed with the statues bar, it's the black bar at the bottom of your tablet's display that has all the helpful navigation buttons.
But did you ever think about the distraction it causes when you want a full screen experience?
If not, then think about it the next time you browse the web,play a game etc., and you may soon realize that the statues bar is really one big waist of space, and poses a distraction when you want to focus on the important things on the screen.
The statues bar may also contribute to the perception that android tablets are dumb, which they are a bit, considering the lack of support they receive, but getting rid of one the things holding back android tablets is surely a good thing for the android platform.
What are others doing?
Unfortunately, that that all can't be said on Android in its current state, and that's a problem Google needs to deal with quickly, if it wants to stay competitive in this challenging market.
So how then should android navigate?
Well, there are tons of possibilities out there, below is just one gesture-based idea that can be tweaked and utilized in so many different ways.