Android 12 may significantly redesign notifications and widgets

Android 12 may significantly redesign notifications and widgets

Google’s next mobile OS “Android 12” is scheduled to be distributed later this year, but a video introducing it that seems to be for promotion has been released by Jon Porsser, a leaky YouTuber.

The video introduces various changes in Android 12, but the first thing you notice is the notification display at the top left of the screen. A number is displayed next to the time, which means the number of notifications.

In addition, on the lock screen, a pill-shaped notification is placed in the time part at the upper left of the screen, and a message or call icon is displayed.

In addition, new widgets such as a new clock and weather forecast have been added. Not only is the interface rounded overall, but the screen transitions and effects are more “fluid”.

In addition, you can see many small improvements such as the clock display on the lock screen becoming larger and the content of the notification becoming more detailed.

From leak information, Android 12 has been reported to have new brown theme colors, privacy indicators, lock screen and PinP functions, and improved cooperation with smart watches and smart bands.

Google will hold a developer conference “Google I / O” online from May 18th, and it is likely that details about these renewals will be revealed on the spot.

Rachel Maga
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