We all are aware of the impressive Android 12 theming system based on the codename ‘Monet.’ The new Material You theme extracts color from your wallpaper and applies the respective theme to the overall UI. However, the theme is currently limited to Google’s own devices. But, now the major smartphone brands are finally planning to bring support to their devices.
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There’s a new code, commit is spotted in Google’s Material Components library which states, “Add supporting manufacturer list of dynamic colors.” As the name suggests, it reveals the list of brands that will support the dynamic theming system by Google. The list includes OPPO, Realme, OnePlus, Vivo, Xiaomi, Motorola, Intel, Tecno Mobile, Infinix, HMD Global, Sharp, Sony, TCL, Lenovo, Google, and Roboelectric.
However, the color palettes generated from your wallpaper on these Android smartphones could be from Google’s own Monet implementation. There are chances that the OEMs will create their entirely new algorithms. For instance, instead of implementing the monet engine, Oppo will execute its own dynamic themes to refresh system UI just like it did to the Android 12 Beta for Oppo Find X3.
Moreover, Google also confirmed that the Monet code will be added to AOSP sometime after the stable release of Android 12. But again, the manufacturers might not be interested in supporting dynamic themes. The reason being, the most of these brands already have their own customized skins offering their own design languages.