Google continues to deploy content to you in its applications. After Gmail, Chrome or Contacts, it’s now time to dress the phone in a softer and more rounded design that comes with Android 12. Not all beta users are entitled to this yet, but it can’t be done. delay.
Android 12 beta is about to end. A few days back, Google rolled out the latest version before the operating system officially landed on users’ smartphones. And it can be felt: at this stage, changes are minor, it is above all about improving the stability of the OS. Despite everything, the updates keep on coming and are related to the latest Google phones.
One big news is Material U, a new interface that brings to life the features of Android 12. More rounded corners, new colors, customization possibilities… This is a completely new skin that is equipped with the operating system as well as Google applications. Indeed, in recent months, many of them have introduced a new design inspired by the interface. After Calendar, Gmail, Chrome or even Contacts, Now it’s phone’s turn.
Google Phone takes you to the content layer
Reddit member u/zachb1818 discovered the app’s new design and shared the first screenshot. Nothing is too great, but there are some changes that are still pleasing to the eye. bottom right floating button, in particular, are softened by rounded corners. the colors are too close to pastel. On the other hand, the user specifies that the latter is not compatible with a yet defined theme, even if he notes that it may be in a future update.
On the same topic: Android 12.1 – An unexpected new update before the release of Android 13?
Contents Available in Google Phone You Sauce Version 70 of the application. However, today not all users are entitled to it. Not all smartphones feature the new interface yet, but maybe it’s only a matter of time. The official Android 12 rollout is scheduled for October 4th, and there’s a good chance everyone will benefit from the update by then.
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