Android 12L: Everything you need to know about Google's OS for larger screens


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Feb 4, 2016

Google surprised everybody with Android 12L, an OS for tablets, foldables, and other large screens. Let's take a look at it.

Google announced Android 12L in October 2021, less than one month after the stable release of Android 12. It’s a fairly promising release for Google that aims to improve the Android experience on tablets, foldables, Chromebooks, and other large screens. It’s the first such focus on larger screens since the release of Android 3.0 Honeycomb back in 2012. You can check out all the big changes for Android 12 on phones here. Still, there is enough with Android 12L to take a look and see what all the fuss is about.

In true Google fashion, Android 12L will have a few developer previews and beta builds before it fully launches in the first quarter of 2022. Everything below is based on what we’ve seen so far up to the second beta. Let’s get started.

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