Android 12L – Android 12L Google Pixel devices eligible for the new operating system
Google recently announced the new Android 12L operating system, which represents a major step for the company towards designing Android for large screen devices as it will provide an enhanced feature set for smartphones and foldable tablets.
Although this system will be specifically designed for such devices, it will also act as an incremental update for the devices that will be compatible with it that will be running the Android 12 operating system.
Google Pixel phones that will get Android 12L
The official Android 12L page, which went live a little while ago, has been updated, and two devices have been entered into the list of eligible devices. It turns out that Google Pixel 3a The Google Pixel 3a XL will be available for Android 12L beta.
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The page that listed eligible Pixel phones for Android 12 has been updated and the Pixel 3a series of phones that will get their latest security update in May 2022 has now been added.
The first beta version of the Android 12L operating system is scheduled to arrive in December 2021, and the final version is expected to arrive sometime during the first quarter of 2022. Here is a list of Google Pixel phones that will be eligible for the beta version of Android 12L next month:
- Google Pixel 6 Pro
- Google Pixel 6
- Google Pixel 5a 5G
- Google Pixel 5
- Google Pixel 4a 5G
- Google Pixel 4a
- Google Pixel 4
- Google Pixel 3a XL
- Google Pixel 3a
The Android 12L update is expected to be just an incremental upgrade on Android 12 and things like notifications, quick settings, lock screen and home screen for devices with funky screens will be improved somewhat. Multitasking will be more powerful with a new taskbar at the bottom that allows quick and easy app switching.
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