Google has released Android 12 as the latest generation Android operating system which is the successor to Android 11. After the release of Android 12, it seems that plenty of Pixel devices and Samsung Galaxy S21 series users are unhappy with the stability or performance whatsoever. However, it looks like that the early Android 13 ‘Tiramisu’ build has been leaked that includes new lock screen changes and more.
Whereas Android 12’s rollout process starts to pick up the Android 12L build too for the bigger display devices. Although the official release of the Android 13 is a couple of months away as the developer preview, the early builds are on the news based on the ‘Tiramisu’ build. Some of the first looks have been surfaced online.
XDA Developers team are lucky enough to get their first hands-on for the early build of Android 13 ‘Tiramisu’ and they were able to find out a couple of noticeable changes in the build. One of the biggest user-specific changes that have been found in this early build is the ability to set different languages on Android 13 for different apps. An ‘App Language’ option can do the same for you which can be adjusted on individual apps.
Another early build of the Android 13 feature is to change the lock screen clock that should be present on Android 12 as well. So, the users forcefully change the lock screen clock on a single line rather than switching to a large one or two-line size. Apart from that, the design of Android 13 looks quite identical to Android 12. So, there might not be a huge interface change on Android 13 so far.
Whereas there are a couple of other developer-centric changes that have been spotted by XDA Developers too. New permission for apps to send notifications can be found on this particular build. More leaks or info on this build or even on Android 13 might come into the light in the upcoming weeks. So, stay tuned for it.