Google released the first Android 12 Developer Preview this week but, as usual, the company only really focused on the new features and behavior changes that would affect developers.

But the folks at xda-developers, Android Police, 9to5Google, Droid Life, Ars Technica, and other blogs have been poking and prodding Android 12 Developer Preview 1 to see what user-facing features have changed. And they’ve already found quite a bit. I’ve included a few details here, but make sure to visit those sites for more details about the changes coming to Google’s smartphone operating system later this year.

Keep in mind that some features may not make it to the final release coming this fall, while other new changes could still be introduced before then.

Here’s a roundup of

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  1. Never mind 7 screens solutions…its unsightly and smacks of toxic masculinity… double and triple monitors with particular placement also cost plenty already with their bulky stands or restraints, single monitor concept with detachable piggyback baby monitor for portrait mode makes most financial sense. A slot on top could also allow for other novel products besides a piggback monitor, just look what metal bracket slot on top of cameras did.

  2. My car was only a little over $20k, and I’m pretty sure that’s a 7″ screen in the dashboard.
    Didn’t realize what a bargain I was getting.