An SDK is a collection of libraries and software development tools used to create Android applications. Every time Google releases a new version or update of Android Software, a new version of the SDK is also released. In the updated or new version of the SDK, some new features are included that weren't available in the previous version.
Finally, we added features to boost developer productivity. we have added support for Apple Silicon (ARM64) hardware and extended emulator controls for a wider range of testing. Finally, for debugging, the updated Background Task Inspector allows you to analyze your app's background workers. The versions are numbered based on the Android version. The new SDK platform offers more features and is more compatible, whereas the old SDK platform offers fewer features and is less compatible.