A leaked build of Android 13 surfaced with some new features as well as minor tweaks. Android 12L is currently in beta with the intention of optimizing the user experience on larger devices such as folding tablets and tablets. Additionally, Android 13 "Tiramisu" has been revealed for the first time in the form of XDA-Developers has revealed screenshots from an early version for Android 13. The publication confirms that it is certain about the photos it's sharing within its article.
One of the features will be named "Panlingual" and it means that instead of setting a single language to be universally applied to all menus and apps users will be able to set a universal language for UI or menus and then assign the languages for apps on an individual basis. This will provide multilingual users with more options in the "Languages and Input" menu "Languages and Input" menu that is also accessible via"App Information" on the "App Info" screen.
There's evidence in Android 13 which indicates that notifications may become an opt-in option in the near future. This means that apps would not be able to send out notifications to users without their consent. You can observe from the below screenshots, "Notifications" is listed as permission that could be refused or granted or denied, and the permission may be removed after a certain period of time.
By default, all apps that are installed on Android will provide notifications as it wishes. Although there are notifications settings to avoid this being a problem, however, not everyone is aware of these settings. If a user downloads Taco Bell, the Taco Bell app, Android 13 might ask users if they want to receive notifications for cravings at night (when we are at our most susceptible).
The layout has changed for the clock on the lock screen too. In Android 12 the clock switched to a "two-line" layout that changes into a single line when notifications are displayed. In Android 13 you'll be able to disable the two-line clock layout completely.
Be aware that these are extremely initial versions of Android 13 and that the final list of features could alter even before previews for developers begin to appear and usually happen shortly after Google I/O (normally sometime in May).