Android 12 Beta 1 released for these Xiaomi, OPPO, OnePlus, Vivo, Realme and more devices

Android 12 Material You

After three Android 12 Developers’ Preview, Google has finally released the first Android 12 beta for its eligible Pixel devices for testing. This update is more stable in nature than the developer previews.


In collaboration with Google, other companies including Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo, Realme, OnePlus, and more rolled out the Android 12 beta 1 for select devices. The list of the devices mentioned below.

Obviously, Android 12 brings a set of new features and improvements over the previous version. The company reevaluated the entire experience, from color to shape, lighting and movement. The result is that Android 12 is more expressive, dynamic, and personalized than ever.

Android 12 Beta 1 Eligible Devices


  • Mi 11
  • MI 11 Pro
  • Mi 11 Ultra
  • Redmi K40+
  • Redmi K40 Pro+
  • Mi 11i
  • Mi 11X Pro


  • OnePlus 9
  • OnePlus 9 Pro


  • OPPO Find X3 Pro


  • Vivo iQOO 7 Legend


  • Realme GT


  • Nokia X20


  • ASUS ZenFone 8
  • Sharp
  • Tecno Camon 17
  • TCL 20 Pro 5G
  • ZTE Axon 30 5G Ultra

Android 12 Beta 1 Features


Starting with Android 12 on Pixel devices, you will be able to fully personalize your phone with custom color palettes and redesigned widgets. Using our so-called color extraction function, you can choose a wallpaper, and the system will automatically determine which colors are dominant, which colors are complementary colors, and which look good. Then, it applies these colors to the entire operating system: notification bar, lock screen, volume control, new widgets, and so on.

This work is done in deep cooperation between our software, hardware, and material design teams. Google is using a design language called Material You to unify our software and hardware ecosystem.

Fluid motion and animations

From the moment you pick up your Android 12 device, you will feel its vitality every time you tap, slide and scroll. Your phone will quickly respond to your touch with smooth motion and animation. For example, when you turn off notifications on the lock screen, your clock will appear bigger so you know when you are caught up.

With Android 12, the company also simplified the interaction and redesigned the entire basic system to make your experience smoother and more efficient. Now, your Android device is faster, more responsive, and more power-efficient, so you can use the device for a longer period of time for free. This is achieved through a number of behind-the-scenes improvements, including reducing the CPU time required for core system services by up to 22% and reducing the use of large cores by system servers by up to 15%.

Redesigned system spaces

Some of the most important spaces on the phone (such as the notification bar, quick settings, and even the power button) have been reimagined to help you get your work done.

The notification bar is more intuitive and interesting. It can clearly display your application notifications. No matter what you are currently listening to or watching, the quick setting allows you to swipe and quickly control the entire operating system tap. Not only does the quick setting space look and feel different. It has been restructured to include Google Pay and family control, while still allowing customization, so you can get everything you need most in one easy-to-access place.

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