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Google should be releasing Android 12 Developer Preview this month. With that said, ahead of the official announcement, we have a leak that gives us a glimpse of how Android 12 is going to look like, and if these screenshots are anything to go by, we will see a massive overhaul in terms of visuals.
It has been news for some time now that Google is hard at work to introduce an in-depth theming system for Android 12.
The sand accents are prevalent in a lot of other places like search bars and widgets. In addition to that, we even see numerous conversation widgets showing Recent messages, missed calls, and activity statuses. These widgets measure 2×1 and have features such as the sender’s profile picture and the preview of the message.
In simpler terms, these mockups show how Google is planning on making the widgets on Android 12 even more functional than before.
In addition to that, we also see how theming has extended to the app icons. We see the Phone, Clock, and Camera app, where they match the wallpaper. The Pixel Launcher has also seen a change and is now left-aligned. You can see the screenshots below.
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