Many people are still waiting for android 11 and here we have the Android 12 leaked feature video. According to the info, Android 12 will be a beautiful new experience. And will come with stronger privacy and security settings. While allowing all of your devices to work better together.
Android 12’s interface and design are also getting an overhaul. That allows you to create a custom home screen palette based on your home screen wallpaper. Plus Android 12’s lock screen has also been updated with more dynamic lighting. And a clock that changes size depending on if you have unread notifications or not.
The most interesting slide in Prosser’s video shows what appears to be a new user interface for Android 12, including a new media widget, a brightness toggle, a weather widget, an analog clock widget, a snooze / dismiss toggle, and stacked notifications (in the lower right corner of the screengrab.
Android 12 leaked feature video
If the details in the latest leak roundup are accurate, Android 12 could be the biggest overhaul of the OS in several years. Prosser shows what he says is a video from I/O that shows updated notifications, a new keyboard design, and a new lock screen with a larger clock, which seems to confirm the earlier leaked info.
Google has updated its “At a Glance” feature to better highlight things like currently playing music, while updates to the Quick Settings menu adds new icons for home controls.
Previous leaks of Android 12 have shown stacked widgets, which look similar to the Smart Stacks introduced in iOS 14. We’ve also seen earlier leaks via XDA Developers that showed new themes and a conversation widget for Android 12.
One of the slides from a Google I/O presentation shows some of the main UI elements of Android 12. These included the much-anticipated stacked notifications. A new audio player widget, a new weather widget, an analog clock with a snooze/dismiss slider. With a new brightness slider paired with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles.