Android 12 will come with these new features and design
The discussion about Android 12 has started now. What will be new, what will be the design and what will it be named. Such reports are now slowly coming out.
Every year there is a lot of discussion about the name of the new Android version. Generally, the company names Android only after a desert.
But this did not happen in Android 11 and it is called simply Android 11. Now it is the turn of Android 12 and obviously, its name will also be discussed. Some features of Android 12 have already been revealed through leaks. After Android 10, Google stopped naming the Android version after the Desert.
But now that the Android version reached two digits, Google removed the names of the Desert from it. Like Android 10 and Android 11, it is unlikely that the name of Android 12 should be named above the Desert for the public.
According to the report, another feature that can be in Android 12 is the one-hand mode. One-hand mode is not new to Android devices. Many other OEMs support it. But in Android 12, Google will change its software for this feature. This makes smartphones like Pixel and Nokia that work on Android One. They will get this feature easily. Many OEMs already have one-hand mode features. Devices like Samsung, Xiaomi, Oppo, Realme, Vivo, cannot allow this feature in their device. The visual interface in Android 12 has also been changed. Icons in Android 12 have become larger and bolder. Which makes the interface easier. The privacy feature has been greatly improved in this. An attempt has been made to make the privacy feature like iOS. If an app takes microphone and camera access, it will be reported in the status bar.
[Update] Android 12: Check the first look at Google’s next Android OS version: click here
Download: Google’s latest Android 12 Wallpaper: click here
These Realme phones may not get the Realme UI 3.0 update
Realme UI 3.0 introduces a refreshing new look with Fluid Space design and Sketchpad AOD, new features to help protect your privacy, and improvements across the entire system to make your realme smartphone faster and more fluid than ever. There is so much to say about realme UI 3.0 – here are just a few of our favorite features.
Recently realme launched realme UI 3.0 skin globally with the new update there is an expectation of new features and there is also a hope that realme will update our realme device or not.
Realme UI 3.0 has been launched, and its beta testing has also started inside the company, it is expected to come on the market soon, but alas many devices have been kept away from this update, it clearly means that the devices are given below Will not get new updates but because of them, the device will continue. Receive security patch updates.
These Realme phones will not update to Realme UI 3.0
- Realme X2 Pro
- Realme X2 (730G)
- Realme X2 (712G)
- Realme XT
- Realme X
- Realme C11
- Realme C11 2021
- Realme C12
- Realme C3
- Realme C3i
- Realme 3 Pro
- Realme 5 Pro
- Realme Q
- Realme Q Youth Edition
These devices may be not get Android 12-based Realme UI 3.0 update
- Realme C15
- Realme C15 QE
- Realme Narzo 10
- Realme Narzo 10A
- Realme 6s
- Realme 6
- Realme 6i
- Realme 6 Pro
- Realme 7i
- Realme C20
- Realme C21
- Realme C17
- Realme Narzo 20
- Realme Narzo 20A
The above list is not official. But it has been prepared by our expert, which has been released keeping in view the Android 12 and Realme UI 3.0, you can wait for the official announcement till you keep this article by bookmarking. We will blow up this article as soon as we get the official information.
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Google Camera New update: Experience a new interface with dynamic colors
Google Camera app version 8.4 (April 2022) officially launched with the latest version No.8.4.600.440402475.27 on April 14. Apart from Google Pixel 6 and 6 pros, other mobile phones will also see inconvenience.
Application:- Google Camera (Gcam)
Support OS:- Android 12+
Update Size:- 333.07 MB
Version Number:- 8.4.600.440402475.27
Download Link:- Click Here
[What’s new in this update]
- Material You – Experience a new interface with dynamic colors and components from Google’s Material You design system.
- General bug fixes and improvements
Requirements – The latest version of Google Camera only works on Pixel phones running Android 12 and above. The latest version of Google Camera for Wear OS only works on Wear OS 2.0 devices connected to Pixel phones. Some features are not available on all devices.
Android 12 system share is only 2.6%, Android 11 is far ahead and ranked first, and Android 13 is coming
According to GizChina reports, most people would think that a considerable number of users must have installed Android 12. Indeed, Google’s latest version of the operating system has been out for months, and manufacturers’ systems are adapting one by one. However, after understanding the deployment habits of the Android system, everyone will find that the popularity of the new system is not fast.
According to the Uptodown survey, only 2.6% of users have used or upgraded to Android 12. In fact, Android 12 ranks fifth among the most popular Android operating systems. In addition, Android 11 occupies the first place with a user share of 29.5%.
Android 10 (25.2%) came in second, followed by Android 9 (11.5%) in third, and Android 8.1 Oreo (11%) in fourth. As mentioned above, these results are not uncommon. It is now customary that the version before the latest version is more popular. This is especially true of the Android 11 rollout in 2021, which is still lagging behind Android 10 for a long time despite being adopted by a quarter of users.
So it’s only a matter of time before Android 12 has a place on most smartphones. On the one hand, it takes time for manufacturers to develop adaptation systems; on the other hand, it takes time for users to truly feel the needs.
Also, Uptodown shows the most popular smartphone brands. Samsung led with 31.62% of the vote, followed by Xiaomi and Huawei with 16.31% and 11.07% respectively. Finally, the most-used browser is Chrome, far ahead of its competitors with 83.6% of users.
Google recently officially announced the dates for its annual Google I/O event; this year, it will take place May 11-12. Traditionally, at this event, the company unveils a new version of the Android 13 operating system.
Google I/O 2022 will be held in a partially open format. Only employees of the company are invited to the event, others will follow the announcement online. During the conference, Android 13 will be officially launched, but the final version of the operating system will not be released until the fall, and the first Android 13 devices out of the box will be the Pixel 7 series smartphones.
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