Some rumors claimed that Google's Android 12 could be the best visual update of the search engine giant. The leaked details were revealed ahead of the upcoming Google I/O event.
Jon Prosser, one of the most popular leakers, released some still slides and animated promotional content on his YouTube channel, Front Page Tech.
Because of Prosser's claim, some Google fans are now hyped by the new Android 12. Here are some of the claims of Jon Prosser:
- A beautiful new experience
- Stronger privacy and security protections
- All of your devices work better together
To help you further, here are other major details of the upcoming Android 12 that you need to know:
Android 12's Possible Features
According to Android Police's latest report, the newly leaked details by Jon Prosser revealed that the upcoming Google Android 12 could have a battery saver toggle, a small weather widget, a new media widget, connectivity toggles, and redesigned brightness slider.
Aside from these, the new smartphone system of Google could also receive plus and power buttons, a volume slider, a new analog clock widget, as well as some kind of UI, specifically pin, info, and snooze options.
These are just some of the new features that Android 12 could have.
To give you more idea about how good is the new Google smartphone system is, here are other leaked capabilities of the new Android 12:
- Updated notification and quick settings visuals
- Quick settings visuals
- An entirely revamped lock screen with a huge clock
- A new pill-like style for status bar notifications
- A refreshed keyboard design
- A cool ripple animation
- Lots of round corners
Other Things to Arrive on Android 12
Previously, Android Authority reported that the new Android 12 smartphone system's alleged theming system could apply to the Google Assistant theme.
This means that this new capability could soon allow colors of the Google Assistant interface to match the color scheme of your phone. However, this information will still remain speculation until the most-awaited Google I/O event arrives.
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Written by: Griffin Davis