Since some users have just recently gotten the Android 12 upgrade, rumours of Android 13 are beginning to surface. According to what we’ve seen so far, Android 13 will be more of a quality-of-life upgrade, with improvements and additions to make your Android experience even better. Now, Android Police has detected an intriguing update that might find its way into Android 13 to provide a more unified appearance to the operating system.
Some users have just received the Android 12 update, but now reports are starting to appear on Android 13. From what it looks like, Android 13 might not be a huge update, but rather a huge one. quality of life with tweaks and features to make your android experience better. Now Android Police have spotted an interesting change that could come to Android 13 to make it look more cohesive.
The output selector is the button on the top right that provides information about the device currently playing audio and may have Bluetooth transmitting devices, headphones or earphones, or any type of speaker you may have. -be connected to the phone. a useful change to this feature, which makes it appear from the bottom of the screen. On Android 13, it looks like Google might give this menu a new layer of color for a more cohesive look.
According to Android Police’s insider, the functionality works in the same way. However, as you can see in the pictures above, the button for it has vanished (but this could be a bug or some minor change, or work in progress). The functionality is also accessible through the Settings menu.
The biggest distinction is in appearance. The previous volume sliders have been replaced with newer, more information-rich ones that match the complete name of the audio device. Instead of being labelled as disconnected, disconnected devices will be greyed out, as is the case with the present version of the functionality. In addition, the circular icons for each device have vanished. This is the latest version.
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard about Android 13’s upcoming upgrades. First and foremost, we now know that Android 13’s internal codename is Tiramisu (in line with the known dessert names Android versions have been getting for years now).
We previously reported on a rumour claiming that Android 13 will have Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) audio. It will provide customers with longer battery life as well as a more reliable audio connection. We also know that Android 13 will allow you to customise language choices for each app separately.