Just before the Google I / O taking place on Tuesday, the annual Developers Conference provides some insight into what a new leaked Android 12 might look like as a preview. A new one Video from John Fraser Shows what appears as slides from the presentation of Android 12.
The first slide sets the expectation: “A beautiful new experience,” “Strong privacy and security protections” and “All your devices work better together.”
Regular warnings about leaked items certainly apply; There is no guarantee of what the final interface will look like, or how much will be announced during the I / O. But the most interesting slide in Fraser’s video shows the new media widget, brightness change, weather widget, analog clock widget, dormant / discount switch and new user interface for stacked notifications (Android). In the lower right corner of the screen grab):
There are previous leaks of Android 12 Stacked widgets are shown, Which is similar to the smart layers introduced in iOS 14. We have seen it before Leaks via XDA developers It showed new themes and a dialog widget for Android 12. Also owned by Google Developer Previews Android 12’s included Lots of small changes And developer-centric features Some notable UI changes Rumors are circulating, including stacked widgets and a new lock screen with large clock text.
The brochure shows a video of I / O showing updated notifications, a new keyboard layout and a new lock screen with a larger clock, which confirms previous leaked information.
If the details on the latest leak roundup are accurate, Android 12 could be the biggest replacement for the OS in many years. We will find out more in the days leading up to the annual I / O Conference.