While Android 12 is still fresh in terms of roll out and Android 12L is in test mode, Google is working on Android 13 Tiramisu. An early build of the upcoming operating system has been revealed on the Web, which sheds light on some of its features.
An Early Version Of Android 13 Had Leaked, Reveals Upcoming Features
It is worth noting that, since we are talking about an early build, many elements of the operating system can be changed at the time of its release. However, the researchers identified four major innovations in Android 13.
One of the most notable features of the new operating system will be the Application Language feature, which will allow you to install different languages for individual applications, regardless of the main language installed on the system.
Another innovation will allow you to change the look of the clock on the lock screen, choosing between a compact and a large two-line layout. It is reported that this feature may appear in Android 12L as well. In addition, apps will get a new permission to send notifications. Another change will affect the “Save Android Resources” function. It will allow you to better optimize running tasks depending on the battery level.
The interface of Android 13 is almost indistinguishable from Android 12. However, this is not surprising, given that we have one of the first OS builds. Probably at the time of the release of Android 13 Tiramisu will look slightly different.