Google is expected to launch its Android 12 at its I/O keynote event happening this week. Android users are filled with anticipations as to what the new operating system has in store for Android users. While users will have to wait until the keynote event to get confirmed details about what Android 12 waiting for them has, a tipster has revealed some of the features and details that users should expect from Android 12.
Tipster Jon Prosser, in a video posted, has revealed some of the key features that users can expect from the Android 12. He mentioned that according to his sources, the new Android 12 update “seems like a massive upgrade with revamped UI, better privacy functions and seamless use across devices”.
He also mentioned that concerning UI design, Android 12 may come with new music, weather, and analog clock widget designs, and added that the toggles for brightness, volume, Bluetooth, and WiFi may be upgraded as well.
In what Jon Prosser claims is an official video promotion of Android 12, smaller UI tweaks that entail how notifications are displayed on the notification are shown. According to him, tapping on this will expand the notification, making the UI look and feel smarter.
The video suggests that Google plans on making the size of the text that displays the time larger and take it away from the top left corner. The video also hints that Android 12 will be released with a new keyboard as well.
It’s just a few hours before we can confirm if any of these speculations of the Android 12 is true. Google I/O event starts tomorrow and the company’s CEO Sundar Pichai will begin the event with his keynote speech. The three-day event will be streamed live on all Google’s social media platforms.