Last week there was a lot of talk about Android 12. In fact, it seems to be the version that will bring more differences compared to the latest releases. With it comes many features, but also changes to the interface. One of them seems to be especially inspired by One Ui and concerns definitions. The goal is to follow the same path as Samsung’s One Ui interface on some things and make everything more accessible to thumbs on Android 12.
Android 12 took a look at Samsung’s One Ui interface!
If you have access to the preview version of Android 12 you can even try this. Just use the ADB command line and run the following line adb shell settings put global settings_silky_home true as revealed by leakster @ThatJoeHindy.
Once enabled, the app bar and text grow. In this way, it becomes much simpler to be able to reach everywhere with just a single hand as the Android Police website says.
However, more news is on the way.
Generally speaking, Android’s automatic rotation system works. The problem is when it stops working. It seems that we were in a loop trying to put everything in the right way. That is why many people disable automatic rotation or use additional applications to improve this system. Now it won’t be necessary any of that. Because Google is working on a new automatic rotation function on Android 12. Instead of relying on sensors like the gyroscope or accelerometer, it will use the front camera to detect the position of your face before changing its orientation. Without a doubt, well played!
However, the player mode will also get better. The operation is not yet fully confirmed. However, there is talk of a system that will be able to save game sessions, exactly where you left them. Even if you restart your smartphone. It can certainly be a very interesting approach. However, this mode will also control some options. Examples of this are automatic brightness, automatic rotation, no-hassle mode, and much more. In addition, it will also be useful if you are using a controller. So if you run out of battery, you know it.
Finally, the third novelty speaks of a new function called Reduced Brightness. That said, it is especially aimed at people with visual difficulties.