Google recently introduced the Android 12 operating system and that is the latest version of the world’s most favourite mobile operating system. It is now believed that the company is already started working on the next generation of the operating system and the same will be called the Android 13. Google will be launching the new version of Android in the month of August or September of 2022 and that means we are too far away from the official announcement. However, the important features of the upcoming Android 13 surfaced online and that is pretty impressive as well. So let’s get into the article to check out the newly surfaced information.
According to the latest information, the developers of Android 13 will implement features like App Languages, Runtime Permission for Notifications, TARE — The Android Resource Economy, and Lock Screen Clock Layout.
It is believed that this particular feature will enable users to set different languages for different applications. This suggests the company will give more personalization for its users.
Runtime Permission for Notifications
With this feature, Google may help users to get rid of spam which means that notifications could become an opt-in feature.
“The Android Resource Economy.” will focus on energy-use management on the device, with the feature working through AlarmManager and JobScheduler policies. Basically, the company will try to provide you better battery and performance.
Lock Screen Clock Layout
Android 13 will also enable users to change the layout of the lock screen clock. That means you can decide whether a clock will be displayed on a single line instead of a large two lines square layout.
So let’s wait for more details of Android 13 in the coming months and we recommend you to stay tuned for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips.
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