Android 12 Developers Preview: Top 5 Features

Google has already made its Android 12 developer preview available for testing before official launched.


Google has already made its Android 12 developer preview available for testing before launching it at the Google I/O conference. The company has confirmed that the I/O conference will take place between May 18th and 20th. According to the company, the Android 12 developer preview comes with an array of changes and improvements. Mishaal Rahman of XDA Developers got the chance to use the unreleased build of Android 12 and thanks to him we got to know more about the upcoming Android 12. Do note that the Android 12 developer preview is an unstable version and there is a fair possibility that some features might not be included in the stable public version. Here are the top features of the Android 12 developer preview.

Android 12 Top Features

Scrolling Screenshot: According to the XDA reports Google has improved some of the existing features which include the Scrolling Screenshots. The Android 12 will now allow users to select the parts of the screen which they want to capture as per their requirement.

Wake up Google Assistant via Power button: It seems that Google is also working to incorporate the Google Assistant trigger on the power button. Besides, the development has also added a new quick setting tile for cards and device controls.

Volume UI: The Android 12 also comes with new volume UI changes which looks likes the brightness slider. The newly designed volume slider looks thicker and matches the colour of the system.

New Animation For Charging: The developers have also added new animation for charging. You can connect your phone to any charger and witness a new ripple animation that triggers from the bottom of the display and expand upwards.

Search Bar in Widget: The upcoming Android 12 update is going to arrive with a search bar in the widget option to make it easier for users to search apps and add to the widget instead of scrolling the entire list.

Karan Sharma covers telecom, smartphones, apps, cameras, gadgets, news, and more. Before joining TelecomTalk, Karan has worked for numerous publications. He is a travel enthusiast when is not tinkering with new gadgets or phones. So stay in tune with Karan to get some exciting exclusive and interesting news which matters to you.

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