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Hey Folks, Android 13 beta release date, features, etc have been doing rounds everywhere, right? Android 12 came last year and is still not available on all devices yet. But that hasn’t stopped Google from ploughing ahead with its successor. So, android 13 is all set to make its entry this year with a complete blast of amazing new features that you may have never seen before. Android 13 first beta version was launched in April 2022 that was announced in February 2022. Since then the speculations are doing rounds everywhere on the web about its final official release.

While the smartphone companies like Samsung, OnePlus, Xiaomi and others are struggling to push Android 12 on their devices, At the same time, Google is already testing the next successor of android.  So, without further ado, Let’s have a look at what Android 13 will bring to our tables.

Android 13 Beta Version

After the first beta version, which was released in April, many other beta versions with updations have been launched in the past two months. But now the latest fourth public beta will be the final and last beta version. So, if everything goes well, then the most anticipated Android 13 official release can be expected between August to October 2022.

Well, Android 13 will come with all features of Android 12 (like the Material You design) but will also have an exclusive bundle of new additions that will majorly focus on privacy, security, gaming, and battery performances.

So, with this android version, your all complaints about android phones will be resolved as claimed by the company.

If you also want to try out this version, then you can, provided that, your phone must be eligible for that.

Which Phones are compatible with Android 13 beta?

You must be aware that, initially, the Android 13 beta version was released for Google phones only. So devices like Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 5a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 4a (5G), Pixel 4a, Pixel 4 XL, and the Pixel 4 got eligible for this update first.

But now many other OEMs have also joined the race and are alls et to have this beta program.  The companies like Asus, Lenovo, Nokia, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Tecno, Vivo, Xiaomi, and ZTE have started testing the compatibility and OS checks on their phones but their way of testing is different from the Google ones.

Android 13 beta: How to install

Currently, the Android 13 beta version is not available for all devices. It is now working for Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a (5G), and Pixel 5. Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6 Pro.  But one thing worth noting here before proceeding is that, you must have to enroll your device first on the Android 13 beta website.  Only after then, you can experience the beta version of Android 13. 

Once you successfully enrolled your device on the Android 13 beta  website, then follow the simple steps given below ;

  • First of all, make a visit to the Setting tab.
  • Under it, look for System Settings.
  • thenClick on advanced under the System settings drop-down menu.
  • After that, click on System update.
  • Here you will get a list of updates if any available for your device.
  • Then, click on it,
  • Keep calm for some time as it may take some time.

Android 13: New features

Android 13 will be equipped with many stunning features like customization options, improved notifications, Cinematic wallpapers, Turn on dark mode at bedtime, Screen saver revamp, System Photo Picker, and an App drawer in the taskbar, Clipboard editor overlay, and so on. isn’t it great?

Moreover, The new features include more theming options and privacy features, new language preferences, and several under-the-hood upgrades.

What is Android 13’s codename?

Google has always followed the tradition of revealing the upcoming android’s codename to the public. So following the same one has been announced that. The Android 13 will have a name of a dessert of Italy. Its name will start with the letter “T”. Its name is “Tiramisu” as was confirmed in the OS developer preview.

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