Google rolls out Android 12L to Pixel phones, coming to tablets and foldable devices later this year

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Google First introduction Android 12L In October last year. After a few beta builds, the operating system is now being rolled out to end users. However, it is available to Pixel users. An update to the new operating system Android 12 Comes with features that make it easy for large screen devices and tablets and foldables. It changes the home screen, lock screen, notification shade, device set up screen and settings.
With Android 12L, notifications and quick tiles will be moved to their own dedicated columns to give users more space to view and swipe your notifications. When setting up a new device, users will be able to see more information on the screen with a two-column layout.
Users will be able to change the settings in the device settings without having to enter and exit each section. For example, if a user wants to change the wallpaper on their device – select “Wallpapers and Styles” from the navigation panel and sort by side, all in one view.
Google has added a taskbar to help multitaskers launch and change apps on the spot. Users will be able to drag and drop any app from the taskbar to enter split-screen mode, so they can do two things at once. With Android 12L, users will be able to watch a YouTube video while scanning news, or search for accommodation for an upcoming trip in the Chrome browser while viewing its location on Google Maps.
In its blog post, Google further stated that the Android 12L operating system will be available in tablets and foldables with planned updates from Samsung, Lenovo and Microsoft. “And we’ll continue to build more features and functionality to help you get the most out of your larger screen devices, Android 13 and beyond,” it added.




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