The Android 12L is currently in the Beta phase and it aims to optimize user experience for larger-sized devices like tablets and foldables.
Also the Android 13 “Tiramisu” first look is currently under development as an early build of the software has surfaced online.
The first feature of the android 13 is codenamed “Panlingual” and it means that instead of setting one language to apply universally to all apps and menus, users would be able to set a universal language for the UI and menus, but then set languages to apps on a per-app basis.
This would offer multi-lingual users more options within the “Languages and Input” menu that can also be accessed through the “App Info” screen.
There’s a new layout for the lock screen clock as well. With Android 12, the clock changed to a “two-line” layout that changes to a single line when a notification appears. With Android 13, you’d be able to disable the two-line clock layout altogether.
It is noteworthy that these are very early builds of Android 13 as the final list of features may change even before the developer previews start to arrive .