Google officially released the Android 12 operating system at this year’s I/O Developers Conference, bringing new visual effects, themes, and widgets.
However, the I/O Conference is not the only event where Google releases Android news. The official two-day Google Game Developers Summit will be held next Monday, which will bring more information on Android 12.
According to official disclosures, Android 12 will have a “delivery space update” to improve the user experience of downloading games. The officials have said,
“Users want to open the game immediately, but as the quality of the game continues to improve, their size will increase, resulting in too long download time. We will launch a transformative feature for Android 12 devices, which is built on Play Asset Delivery and will share the success stories of our partners with you.”
In addition, another keynote has mentioned the game API. Google seems to be preparing a new API, so that games can adjust performance settings according to user preferences, thereby maximizing performance or optimizing power consumption.
Gamers want to customize their experience to get the maximum game frame rate or maximum battery saving. Android 12 introduces new APIs for games in response to user preferences. Integrate and test your game now and get ready for the upcoming phone.
We do understand that judging from the official “coming soon for some mobile phones” statement, the new game API does not support all Android devices, and the details would be announced later.
According to tech publication XDA, a new game dashboard was discovered for the first time in the Android 12 developer preview. The game dashboard has a menu for selecting game optimization settings, including “performance”, “standard” and “power saving” modes.
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