XDA-Developers has posted screenshots that are said to be taken from the initial draft of documents that the search giant is distributing to Android partners, of the Android 12 update from Google.
The screenshots, which XDA-Developers say have not been fully confirmed, include what appear to be new UI changes, along with a new privacy indicator and chat tool.
And if the UI changes are subtle, they include a focus on the rounded corners, while reducing the number of quick settings available from the non-expanded notification panel.
And it appears that Google is also using the Light Brown color scheme, which could be part of the new rumored original Android 12 theme system.
Apart from the UI changes, the screenshots show the new privacy indicator similar to what is found in iOS.
The indicator acts as a warning in the status bar to show that an application has access to the camera or microphone.
XDA-Developers have also reported a purported overhaul of Android 12 privacy settings, with the ability to fully toggle the camera and microphone on and off.