In Google I / O 2021, the company announced Android 12, the latest version of its smartphone and tablet operating system. The new operating comes in changed form. Many changes have been made to it and useful features have also been added. New security features have been added to make the new operating system more secure than before. At first glance you will see a large lock screen clock in it, which looks attractive. This time the Quick Settings have also been changed. The notification bar is also different from before and Google Pay’s shortcut is also integrated into it. This will save many steps for users to make digital payments.
In the latest Android version, the Google Assistant (Google Assistant) activation has been shifted to the power button. The user has to long press the power button to bring Google Assistant. Google says that the operating system is more optimized than before, which will increase the performance of the phone. Widgets will also appear as changed in Android 12. With the new privacy dashboard, the user will be able to take all the data access information in detail. This will tell the user what data was accessed when. The user will also be able to cancel permissions directly from the dashboard. Through Quick Settings, the user will now be able to disable the camera and microphone on a single tap. This is a very good and useful feature in terms of privacy.
Now that it has Google’s own operating system, the company has also added connectivity features to Android 12 with ChromeOS. With this, the Android user can unlock the Chromebook with the help of their phone and it will make file sharing, data syncing as well as many other tasks easier. Through this, the user will be able to access the data of their phone in their Chromebook. Calls, SMS or notifications coming in the phone can be viewed through the Chromebook. It will be very much like Microsoft’s Your Phone feature.
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