A new leak has landed on the internet, which showers light on Android 12. There are several new features; the operating system has the ability to bring for us a few redesigned elements for the user interface. This would include new widgets, clock, brightness bar, along with many others. Google will be further enlightening us about the new OS at the event of Google I/O 2021.
Many of us have an idea as to how the OS is going to look like and what it has in store for us. Jon Prosser, a tipster, has given us an unseen view of some of the features that the new software will provide us. However, such reviews don’t help the common person a lot.
We have seen in many instances that many features get added into the operating system at a later time. Google has a record of revealing such things in Google I/o, its annual conference for the developers. Jon Prosser has successfully destroyed Google’s element of surprise as he has walked the people through several essential features of the new Operating System. Apart from Jon Prosser, there was another leak that also revealed quite a few things.
The latest leak reveals many new features of Android 12.
The leaks have stated that there are quite a few small User Interface tweaks that this new OS has in store for the users. It brings a new way of displaying the notifications. In the new OS, they will be shown just beside the clock on the screen. If we pull it down, then all the messages will come into view. Coming to the lock screen, we will find that the notifications are very neatly piled in a similar pill-shaped structure that would otherwise show the time. There are some new paints on the Gboard as well.
A few of the other changes would be a new animation for the clock, newly designed icons, stacked notifications, a new design for the brightness bar, new media widgets, and a new look for the calculator application. A few security and privacy features have also been mentioned, but we are not sure as to what they are, to be precise. Both the leaks that have surfaced tells us many things about the new OS. Let us hope that Google I/O has more incredible things in store for us.