- Reports suggest that Google is working on merging its security and personal data settings.
- The reorganized security and privacy hub will resemble a deck of rectangular cards.
- Some reports also say that this feature will be included in the beta 2 update of the Android 13 platform.
The Google Pixel 7 family of devices and the Pixel watch have been unveiled. The company ensures that its customers can use its apps and services without any worries. Now, the latest reports say the company will soon be adding a new privacy and security center to Android devices.
Reports suggest that Google is working on merging its security and personal data settings. Ultimately, this blender will have one section that has all the useful and safety-related features.
This means that users can get Google Play system update, device lock, Google Play security updates, Find My Device and more from a central location. We know this center will help keep Android devices safe by putting everything in one place. With this new choice, the device is also checked for bugs and viruses. But once the scan is completed, users also have a chance to fix the issues.
The reorganized security and privacy hub will resemble a deck of rectangular cards. So, these cards let users know when there are security risks or issues with their smartphones.
Also, the reports say that the new security panel will be here around April. Soon Android devices will have this change.
Some reports also say that this feature will be included in the Android 13 Quarterly Platform Release Beta 2 update. As usual, Google will add this feature to Pixel devices first and then to all Android phones. So get ready for the next Google update to add a new and dynamic security center to your phone.
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