The final Android 12 has been released. But it is not yet available even to users of Pixel smartphones.

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Google was rumored to have released a custom version of Android 12 on October 5, but the company unexpectedly did so a day earlier (in the US it is now October 4). Interestingly, this time the final version of the OS has not been released for Pixel smartphones – they will receive it “within the next weeks.” Apparently, the company decided to release the final Android 12 for its smartphones simultaneously with the release of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro – their premiere is expected just in mid-October or a little later.

The final Android 12 has been released. But it is not yet available even to users of Pixel smartphones.

Despite the fact that Android 12 is already officially out (its source code is published in the Android Open Source Project), ready-made devices will not receive it soon. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be the world’s first smartphones with Android 12 pre-installed, and according to Google itself, Samsung, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Tecno, Vivo and Xiaomi smartphones will receive Android 12 “later this year.”

The final Android 12 has been released. But it is not yet available even to users of Pixel smartphones.

As a reminder, Android 12 brought with it a lot of innovations, and the most important of them is a new visual design with a cross-platform design language called Material You. Also in Android 12, new widgets, an updated curtain from which you can control smart home systems, an updated Always On screen, improved auto-rotate and picture-in-picture mode, a new shutdown menu, improved performance and many security innovations.

Microsoft also made a major release today: the company presented the final version of Windows 11 – and also a day earlier than expected.

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