Currently, Google is actively working on the next major update, and XDA developers have mentioned 4 notable innovations in the initial build of Android 13. It is likely that Google will announce Android 13 in the spring of 2022.
Tiramisu is the codename of the next generation Android
In Android 13, users will be able to set specific languages for different apps using a new option in Settings. In fact, this feature has appeared on iPhone and iPad with iOS 13 since 2019 and helps users to be less limited in setting the language on the current Android version. It is known that Android currently sets the language for the entire system and does not allow to change the language for individual applications.
Android 13’s new language setting interface
This is expected to make the Android phone experience much more convenient and efficient for bilingual or multilingual users. They will no longer have to go into individual apps to set their language preferences, but can do so through the unification feature in Settings.
Google is also working on the ability to sort notifications. This functionality will allow users to turn off notifications for apps and configure their receiving schedule as implemented in iOS 15. Interestingly, Samsung has introduced a feature that configures the notification schedule. same message in One UI 4 update based on Android 12.
Currently, Android users often encounter notification overload. Most users have at least a few dozen apps on their phone, and each of those apps is often automatically allowed to send notification banners on the home screen, and it often becomes too much. So the new feature will be very convenient.
Clock on lock screen
Another visual change in Android 13 will be the ability to change the position of the clock on the lock screen. Currently, the watch face sits on the lock screen when it’s empty, but when notifications start piling up, it shifts to the top left to make room for them.
The lock screen on Android 13 will no longer be pushed up when there are many notifications like before
With Android 13, users can turn that feature off with the option to keep the watch face in the center of the screen. When notifications are stacked below it, instead of shifting to a corner with the notification showing on the entire screen before.
TARE – battery optimization on Android
With the release of Android 13, Google will lay the groundwork for the “TARE” feature, which stands for “The Android Resource Economy”. It focuses on power management on the device. This new feature introduces an Android Resource Credits option that is tied to the device’s battery level. The system will distribute power to applications depending on how low the battery is.
TARE is a new feature that optimizes the battery for Android 13″ smartphones
This is supposed to improve battery efficiency and prevent battery hogging apps from draining the phone’s battery life by running background processes too aggressively and overshadowing other app processes that are supposed to. more important.