Google Android 12 Developer preview Beta 1 released: New Changes

Google has finally unveiled the first beta 1 of Android 12 for Developers to test their apps on the upcoming Android and sends suggestions , feedback on bugs and features.

In the recent report published on xda-developers, Google Android 12 will have major changes in UI and better privacy information for sensitive permissions. In the Beta 1, the upcoming Android 12 will have wallpaper based system UI theming changing feature, add widget stacks to the Android 12 just like iOS 14 does it in Apple.

Google Android 12 can be download on Pixel devices

In terms of Android 12 privacy feature in build in UI, System UI will tell you in the UI at the top of the screen, which apps wants you to access your camera and microphone without your consent.

The presence of in-display fingerprint notification access, notifacations bar has filled with minimum width in space that make easily to access and by half swipe right, users can remove notifications.

In Android 11, We have to close notification but seems like in Android 12 beta 1, We have a option based on gesture. The gesture of the system UI also improved then Android 11.

According to the xda-developer, You can share apps with the nearby share button , third party app stores can able to download apps along with Google Play Store. Always on display clock with larger clock text that will look like One UI 3.1 and OxygenOS 11.

Google Android 12 Beta 1 system UI setting shows the color based icon that depends on your every wallpapers used in everyday. This is very praiseful changes yet in the till now in Android versions.

There is big toggle button in Wi-Fi works like switch to use Data network and Wi-Fi network that can access and share with QR core easily within different devices. These are common changes that noticed by the few developers.

We would say that the final build likely to released in the month of September and October will contains a lots of features in the next Android 12 OS. Stay tuned on this page for more updates.