Android 12 will be released sharply later this year, and the group at XDA Developers continues to delve into the developer release code to look for upcoming features. Previously, we discovered that the new Android version comes with better privacy control, improved one-handed mode and of course some new design in addition to improved navigation options. Now the XDA developers have found more things and this time it is a more presentable version of the Digital Trash.
The new Android Recycle Bin seems to work on computers. In the recycle bin, files that you recently deleted are stored on the phone and you quickly discover how much space those files are taking up on the phone and give you the opportunity to clean up directly. Trash can be useful if you are a little careless with deletion, but in addition to deleting your photos and videos in gallery apps that already have similar trash cans, it doesn’t seem like it’s really necessary to have an all-in-one trash can for the phone.
By the way, there’s already a similar feature in Android 11 that developers can implement in their apps, but this has been used sporadically. With Android 12, it looks like the feature will be implemented in the OS.