The Google event will take place in the form of a virtual event that everyone can attend from May 18th to May 20th, and the big one that all of us will be looking forward to is the launch of Android 12. Several developer previews have already been out. Latest Android 12 leak from Jon Prosser of Front Page Tech has revealed some new Google widgets and animations ahead of the company’s upcoming announcement. Prosser also posted photos of what he believes to be the Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro earlier this week, devices that aren’t supposed to be released until much later this year. So in this article let’s have a closer look at the upcoming Android 12.
Key Changes on Android 12:
To start off with, Android 12 mainly focus on three key changes as mentioned in the above picture – ‘A beautiful new experience’ which intimates new UI changes that are coming, ‘Stronger privacy and security protections’ which intimates the more privacy feature to be provided to users and ‘All of your devices work better together for the better cross-device platform.
UI changes on Android 12:
There are a slew of new widgets and buttons, as well as a couple of new animations. Google has been tweaking Android’s architecture year after year, reworking existing UI components and introducing new animations, and they’re doing it again this year.
For instance, the notification bar now has a brand new music widget, as well as redesigned Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles. A new volume slider, redesigned alerts, a new clock widget, and even a new weather widget are all included in the update. There are a number of minor improvements, but they all add up to make the Android UI more unified and accommodating. You can also see some of the latest animations in Prosser’s video, which is timestamped below.
To build a consistent design throughout the device, the keyboard, app icons, and other UI elements all match. According to the promotional video, you will be able to group alerts across multiple apps.
We can also see there is a change in showing time, now it also shows number of notifications after time which might save some space. Also we no need to slide down notification bar always m
Android 12 is really impressive and tempting, unlike previous Android versions. We can expect an official release soon on Google’s I/O event which commences on the 18th of May. So stay connected with TechnspiceBlog, we’ll cover all that happening at that event. What change you liked a lot on Android 12, leave your comment and let us know!
To know more about Android 12 click here and watch the video.