Android 12 Beta is available for the Pixel 3 / 3XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 4, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 smartphones
Google launched Android 12 Beta after Google I/O 2021 developer conference. The Pixel 3 / 3XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 4, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 smartphones may already be trying the next global Android update. There are two ways to do this: sign up for Android Beta and receive updates over the air, or update the software yourself using the required build at the link below. Several significant updates will be released in the summer as part of Android Beta, and the final build will be available in the fall.
Android 12 Beta 1 For Pixel Smartphones
The public beta version of the new software platform has received a redesigned interface and several new features, including improving user data privacy.
It immediately attracts the attention of a completely new design based on the style of Material You, which replaced the type of Material Design used in previous versions of the OS. The new style has brought many visual changes, including large and bright design elements, dynamic colours and smoother animation. Google’s vice president of Android and Play Market management, Sameer Samat, called the new interface ‘the biggest design change in Android history.’
One of the main features of the new interface is the ability to change system colours when changing wallpaper automatically. Android 12 will select shades to best match the user’s chosen wallpaper and each other. These shades are applied to buttons, sliders and other interface elements for a more harmonious look.
Google has announced that in addition to its Pixel smartphones, you can immediately try Android 12 Beta on smartphones from 10 third-party brands. And now, the Android site has published a list of participating smartphones along with the links needed to install the test software. Below we add a complete list of models. At this link, you can find the necessary firmware to download and install yourself. Remember that all manipulations must be performed with a clear understanding of what you are doing. Otherwise, the firmware can end very sadly. If you’re still confident, be sure to back up your data, so you don’t lose it. A full-fledged commercial firmware for these devices will be ready, obviously, by the end of the year. Details will