Google is planning to recreate the “Wallpaper & style” settings page for Pixel devices and with the Android 13 QPR2 Beta 3. The company has given us a hint that what can be expected from the upcoming modifications, so let’s discuss what changes the developer has presented.
On February 1st, Google releases the Android 13 QPR2 Beta 3 update for the Pixel device, it brings fixes for various issues that users were facing. Additionally, it too made quite a bit of progress on customizing the shortcuts and clock design shown on the lock screen.
As per the information of 9To5Google, the lock screen shortcuts customizations are now clearly visible on Nothing Phone (1) running Android 13 beta. Whereas, the work to bring modification to the lock screen shortcuts as a part of “Wallpaper & style” settings is still in the progress for Pixel devices.
We are listening about these changes for a long time, but now after installing the Android 13 QPR2 Beta 3, users found that the Pixel phones are closer to getting customizable lock screen shortcuts, just like the shortcuts we found in the Nothing Phone (1).
As we earlier said, the lock screen shortcuts for Pixel devices are set to come as part of a redesign to the “Wallpaper & style” settings page. You will notice some minor changes in your device like the separate tabs to switch between settings for the Lock screen and the Home screen.
Further, the lock screen customization tab also shows an option for a Custom clock, but currently, there is no Clock face found. We can expect that Google will bring its accurate version along with some additional functions with the release of the Android 13 QPR2 stable update