Google has finally decided to make the final version of its Android 12 operating system available to all compatible devices. For the past few months, Android 12 has been in the beta phase, with only developers and public beta testers able to test the new features. Google has now made Android 12 available to everyone who owns one of the company’s Pixel phones. The official Android 12 build is currently available for Pixel phones, but the list will be expanded later this year.
Google’s Android 12 Is Finally Available For All Pixel Phones; Other Smartphones Will Follow Later This Year
Google’s latest Android 12 comes with a slew of new features and additions. At first glance, the Material You design is one of the most noticeable changes Google has made in Android 12. The company has added several new options for customizing the appearance and feel of your Home and Lock screens. To be more specific, the new layout and design are far more expressive and loud when compared to previous Android releases.
There is also a slew of new under-the-hood additions that will improve the user experience and navigation. Please keep in mind that the Material You app is currently only available on Pixel phones, but the company promises that it will be available on other devices shortly. Check out Google’s blog for more information on the latest build.
Aside from the Android 12 release, Google has also announced the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, both of which have a slew of new features. Check them out if you’re not familiar with them. That’s all there is to it. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.