As reported by XDA, the next version of Android could be called internally Android’s “Snow Cone”. Granted, Google no longer gives its Android versions the names of desserts as the official names of Android versions, but the internal code of each version contains abbreviations that refer to the Android version.
Although Google has not officially confirmed this name, XDA reports that Google source code that has not yet been released for Android 12 will often be preceded by “sc” or Snow Cone. Android 11 has been called rvc (for the red velvet cake) internally, and some previous versions of Android had an internal name and a second retail name (like KitKat vs Key Lime Pie).
According to a separate report by XDAGoogle is also expected to release a one-handed mode for Android 12. We have already seen a lot of one-handed mode implementations from various OEMs over the years, but this would be done by Google and may or may not be implemented. in Android phones from all OEMs.
Previously leaked Android 12 screenshots
Google’s Android 12 developer beta is expected to arrive this month, so we might not have to wait long before we can find out about other features that Google plans to bring to the next version of Android.
Android 12 is expected to undergo a major visual change in the user interface. Other expected changes are fast sharing of Wi-Fi passwords, double-tap gesture, improved themes and app pairs. We can’t wait to see what the future of Android has in store for us.
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