Now, XDA guys have managed to download the Android 13 version, and although it’s pretty rude, this version brings some important details. An example is that Google can simply Make notifications an optional feature.
This means that some applications cannot send any notifications to the user. The feature can be turned on or off in the settings page.
Citing a working example, if you install an app on Android 13, the program will ask you if you want to receive all notifications, receive no notifications or only receive important notifications.
It is currently possible to turn notifications on or off, but many people don’t know that. The change that Google is planning makes everything easier and more visible to the user.
In addition, Android 13 can also introduce a new layout for the lock screen. The screenshot shows it The clock has changed to two lines It returns to one only when there are notifications.
The user can also disable the two-line option.
At the moment, the new version is still in its initial stage and has not even reached the beta audience. Therefore, we assure that everything can change until the official launch of the system.
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