Unlike its previous predecessors, Flipmemes gathered that Android 12 went through months of outstanding development, alongside major developer preview builds which gave way for public betas and now it’s time for the ‘final’ release to drop.
While Android 11 didn’t really introduce any major groundbreaking features, Android 12 comes with the biggest redesign in years – an entirely new paradigm of approaching the user interface, through its theme engine that dynamically adjusts all UI elements based on the wallpaper you’ve chosen.
The software has also gone series of testing by Google and has been deemed fit for running. Animations have been redone to feel more fluid, motion on screen is smoother, there’s a new Privacy Dashboard, indicators for when apps are accessing the mic or camera, the ability to share approximate location information only, support for scrolling screenshots, new conversation widgets, and of course the notification shade has been redesigned – that’s a meme at this point because it happens with every new Android release.
This time around, however, there’s also a very big redo of the Quick Settings tiles to go along with it.
Android 12 comes with anAutomatic theming system based on your chosen wallpaper, it also included a new Material.
Here in android 10, you would be able to design language throughout the OS and Google apps.
New widget picker in the Pixel Launcher, with new widgets for Google appsRedesigned Quick Settings with integrated smart home controls.
It also includes a Fresh new lock screen and Always-on Display look.
The android 12 also support for scrolling screenshotsNew Power menu, new setup wizard, and new emojiImproved performance and fluidityNew Privacy Dashboard, camera and mic usage indicators