If you are not currently using a smartphone from the production of the American giant, your device is most likely running on the Android operating system. At present, the eleventh generation is the latest, but successor leakages are slowly coming in the form of Android 12.
During the development of the new generation of Android, Google sends a document to developers summarizing functional as well as design changes. Thanks to the XDA-developers portal, which managed to obtain images from the Android 12 environment, we can already look under the guise of a new version of the green robot.
Relatively large changes
In the pictures below, you can see what the dug-up expected follower of Android 11 looks like. The photos should be real, but until the show, the look and other features may change.
Not much has changed on the home screen itself. Application icons will be more spaced and the whole design should be cleaner and fresher. The gray design shown above is a matter of the currently set theme.
Significant differences can be observed in the control and notification center. At the very top is a green indicator for using the camera and microphone. Google wants to focus on more sophisticated privacy protection in Android 12 again, and we're very happy to welcome this feature.
After clicking on this icon, you will see a small clear menu in which you can see which application currently uses the mentioned microphone or camera. So you can search for this application in multitasking and, if necessary, terminate it at the same time.
Google also integrates privacy settings more easily and easily into the system. In the menu shown above, you can completely disable the use of the camera, microphone, position and various other things with one click.
When we return to the control center, at first glance you will definitely notice the layout of the top icons. Namiof the usual 5 icons, you will see 12 of them in Android 4, while they will be more rounded and much larger.
Google has also made a greater overview of notifications. These, like the control icons, will have larger gaps between them, making orientation in alerts much easier and faster.
Finally, we can look forward to a number of new widgets, which will be more intuitively integrated into the operating system, following Apple's example, or a simplified design of the Camera application. All these news look great and we are already looking forward to their official presentation in Android 12.
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