Big G is preparing for Google I / O 2021 which this year will take place from 18 to 20 May in live streaming and will be the stage for the new version of Android 12.
There won't be a wait until this week as leaker Jon Prosser claims he got an exclusive Android image and video after a Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro image leak.
Jon Prosser posted a YouTube video on his Front Page in which he mentioned a “Important stylistic update” operating system based on three main points: “A great new experience, greater protection of security and privacy”, as well as “A better synergy between all devices”.
But it is on the first point that Jon Prosser managed to gather visual information.
Google is therefore preparing to implement new widgets for playing audio files, the weather forecast and the clock. The Mountain View company has also redesigned the alarm toggle button, brightness management bar and volume control. Practically…a small revolution.
Bluetooth and Wi-Fi will have a new “box” that incorporates the same aesthetic philosophy of the elements. Small stylistic changes that integrate with the other aspects.
Jon Prosser also claims to have an official Android 12 video (from around 6'30), where you can see widgets and new animations. Google is also preparing to change the way notifications are displayed: in this case, they would be grouped in a small dedicated pack (depending on the type of notification) located at the top left of the screen. There will also be a much larger clock.
Source: Android – Cellulare Magazine by www.cellulare-magazine.it.
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