With the first steps of Android 12 on the market, first with previous versions for developers and later with betas, a system design change has finally arrived. A very interesting design change that hadn’t happened on Android since Material Design arrived in 2014. “Material You” has arrived and with the new style, smart customization has appeared.
The new ‘Material You’ promised from the first moment to allow us to adapt the themes of the system to our wallpaper, extracting its main colors in order to homogenize the appearance of our entire Android phone. 12. But the first steps of ‘Material You were incomplete and now, with Android 12 Beta 3, finally the intelligent customization of the operating system is triggered.
Android 12 sees your background and offers you matching colors
Once you install beta number three of Android 12, you can see that some pretty interesting changes are introduced at the functional level, like the pre-activation of the game mode which will be activated at the end of the year or at the end of the year. as and when extensive captures. But aesthetically the most striking is that the system is now able to detect the main colors of your wallpaper to offer you themes according to.
All you have to do is go to the section on choosing wallpaper and themes, either from system settings or from the desktop itself, to see that something has changed. Android 12 Beta 3 now detects your desktop background colors and offers you different variations to customize the main theme of the system.
For example, we have simple colors, solid colors extracted from the background
But Android 12 beta 3 also offers patterns that combine the main color and various additives so the customization is more varied but still fits the desktop background. This is without a doubt the most significant design of the third beta of Android 12 and everything indicates that it will evolve until the theme is finally released. Too bad this style of customization is going to be buried by the different layers of customization from the manufacturers. Unless, of course, they adopt it too.