Android 12’s CDD officially outlines Performance Class requirements for flagships

Recently, we saw the AOSP release of Android 12, though the release for Google Pixels will come a bit later. Android 12 has a ton of changes, and not all of them are user-facing. Sure, we get Material You, Privacy Dashboard, and a few other great features, but for OEMs, they have a lot more to worry about, too. OEMs also have to pay attention to any updates made to the Android Compatibility Definition Document (CDD). The CDD for Android 12 has been released, and it outlines a few things that OEMs in particular can focus on.
The Compatibility Definition Document (CDD) for Android 12 is live, and as suspected, there’s nothing that interesting in it that consumers will care about. Plenty of changes that affect device makers, though.
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The Android Compatibility Definition Document is an important part of the Android ecosystem. In order to maintain consistency in APIs and p…

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