Android 12 is out now, and it’s coming to Pixel phones first

Surprisingly after Google revealed its Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones, which were released with Android 12, the modification was apparently flipped and now older Pixel phone users can easily update to new software.

We have confirmed that the Google Pixel 5a can now upgrade, though there is no official announcement from Google and its rolling out to first nor has the firm confirmed which older Pixels. According to us the Google Pixel 3 may be the oldest phone to get the new Android 12 update.

Like always the new update is absolutely free and will come with Pixel phones imminently owners of other handsets will have to wait weeks or months for the green light from the office for another android device

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Android 12: Material You and more features coming

Android 12 is introduced with plenteously of upgrades, but the biggest one is Material You, a user interface renovate that lets users pick from color palettes and then creates all the icons and menus sync to those colors.

It conveys a smooth and harmonized look to Android, which had looked like a lively grab-bag of whatever colors Google and app developers chose to put in their icons. It’s circumstantial to the background, to change an icon around and it will change colors to match the section of the phone wallpaper surrounding it.

Else, Android 12 conveys smarter face detection that alternates the screen to portrait or landscape depending on how you’re holding the phone, a built-in remote to control smart TVs, an integrated media player in Quick Settings, a Car Key to unravel your smart car with your phone and digital key sharing, a new AVIF photo format, a ‘Quick Tap’ feature that lets you modify a shortcut for tapping the back of your phone, and app access while downloading.

No doubt there are quite more features but the new update seems like it will bring a lot of small but significant developments to the Android ecosystem every time devices get the renovation. So what’s your thought on the new Android 12? Feels free to answer in the comment section.

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