Nokia devices are likely to receive support for Android 12 dynamic themes

13. 11. 2021 Saturday / By: Robert Denes / Software / Exact time: BST / Print this page

The dynamic theme introduced with Android 12 is easily one of the most significant UI updates we’ve seen in Android so far. This feature will allow you to select colors from the wallpaper and scatter them in the system user interface and supported applications. With the code name "monet" appearing only in the source code for Pixels, which has not yet been released by Google, this will change soon.

Mishaal Rahman shared a new code finalization on Twitter in the Google Material Components library titled “Add a list of vendors that support dynamic colors”. Contains a list of OEMs that support dynamic system themes. The list currently includes OPPO, realme, OnePlus, in vivo, Xiaomi, Motorola, itel, Tecno Mobile, Infinix, HMD Global, Sharp, Sony, TCL, Lenovo, Google and Roboelectric.

private static final Set DYNAMIC_COLOR_SUPPORTED_MANUFACTURERS = new HashSet<>(Arrays.asList( "oppo", "realme", "oneplus", "vivo", "xiaomi", "motorola", "itel", "tecno mobile limited", "infinix mobility limited", "hmd global", "sharp", "sony", "tcl", "lenovo", "google", "robolectric"));

Google has previously confirmed that the monetary code will be uploaded to AOSP sometime after the release of Android 12. And now it has been confirmed that this will happen with the release of Android 12L in early 2022. However, it was not clear whether any vendor other than Google would be interested in supporting dynamic themes, given that most have their own Android skins with different design languages. While these OEMs don’t seem to have plans to roll out money, they seem to be working entirely on their own implementation.

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