The Material You dynamic theme, which is only accessible for Pixel owners, is one of the most notable aspects of Android 12. However, a code in Google’s Material Components library commit, which was initially identified by developer Pranav Pandey, suggests that this will be supplied by other smartphone companies as well.
Google released its Android 12 AOSP repository in October, however not all of the code was made accessible to OEMs. This implies that the new theming system will only be available for Pixel smartphones. Now, it appears that numerous Android phone manufacturers will include auto-theming in their skins.
According to the code, a handful of smartphone manufacturers will support Android 12’s dynamic Material You theme. Oppo, Realme, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Motorola, Nokia, Sony, TCL, Lenovo, Itel, Tecno, Infinix, Sharp, Vivo, Roboelectric, and Google are among the companies involved. While the list contains the majority of well-known businesses, there is one notable omission. Samsung is the name of the company.
The dynamic theme system is already included in Samsung’s newest One UI 4 beta upgrades, which are based on Android 12. This indicates that the brand’s name will be added to the list in the future, or that the brand does not use Google’s Material Components library for theming.
It’s worth noting that because OEMs can alter the dynamic color theme, it may seem differently on various smartphones. If manufacturers do not offer dynamic theming based on Google’s Material Components library, the new theming may be confined to each skin’s system UI components.
Google’s new “Material You” dynamic theme function may match your background to icon colors and menu text all over the phone. Since the introduction of Android 5.0 Lollipop in 2014, Google has made substantial changes to the user interface with Android 12. Those who own a Google Pixel handset may immediately use the Material You feature. To change the wallpaper and style, simply long-press on the Home screen. Users may then pick from a variety of stock alternatives or a photo from their own files. Following that, Android will allow you to select a color that complements the backdrop.