One-handed mode may be finally coming with Android 12

Android 12

As we know, Google is preparing to introduce the Android 12 operating system and it may be released later this month for developers. Further, the company will offer the Pixel users to test the Android 12 under the beta program. Ahead of any official confirmation, we’ve already encountered some features that are rumored to be a part of Android 12.

According to the XDADevelopers, Google is working to add an important accessibility function – One-Handed Mode that lets users easily use their devices without stretching the hand. It allows you to access the status bar and action bar of any app with just one hand.

One-handed mode lets you temporarily scale down the display size of the smartphone’s screen for easier control of your phone. However, many OEMs already offering this functionality including Samsung, Xiaomi, OnePlus, and Moto.

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Nowadays, smartphones having larger screens are quite popular among all the users. The bigger displays of phones let users stream videos seamlessly and give more space on the screen for their daily tasks such as social media, photography, and more.

On the other hand, users also get bothered while they have to use their smartphone with one hand. However, several phone makers already developed the one-handed mode feature that allows the users to use their phone with only one hand.

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