Search engine titan Google is apparently working on the next-gen version of its smartphone operating system Android 12 with new reports giving a glimpse on what to expect when the device finally make it out.
One reason not to rush is because there will be a number of beta versions before the stable release eventually but we can expect better upgrades, better security patches and some better user interface tweaks that will match up with modern times.
A leak was recently posted online offering a little glimpse about what to expect from the popular mobile operating system when it finally get released. The redesign of the user interface is quite obvious according to the leaked screenshots of the next-gen Android 12 OS and the screenshots are said to be document from Google.
With the new upgrade are some pretty noticeable changes to the user interface. A good example would be a small icon at the top-right corner of the screen which let user know if their camera or microphone is being used by any application which when tapped would reveal the app using the hardware components.
There is also a reportedly new Conversations widget which would show message highlights such as missed calls and other activity statues.
The size of the widget is small and thus only one item shows up at a time. The quick access area now holds fewer icons, making them easier to access.
The next-gen upgrade of the Android operating system is expected to come with some new features such as app pairs, then a double-tap on the back panel to trigger an action, Wi-Fi passwords sharing as well as a better theme engine and support for emojis decoupled from system updates and most of all, an hibernation feature and much more.
If all the information are true, then the Android 12 OS might just be another big deal. While the above screenshots aren’t confirmed officially, XDA-Developers have claimed to have seen the document from whence the images come and the first Developer Preview of the software is expected to be made available over the period of few weeks.