All About Andriod 13

All About Andriod 13

Google introduces several new and exciting features and software enhancements with every Android update, such as new Google Assistant features, animations, themes, etc. The company recently rolled out its Android 12 update. However, many smartphones are yet to receive a stable update. Meanwhile, Google has now announced its next version, the Android 13; as a matter of time, Android 13 Beta 1 has already been rolled out. Let’s find out more.

When to be Launched?

Like it does with every version, Google first released the developer preview, after which three Beta versions have been scheduled before the stable version of the Android 13 is rolled out. The regular version of Android 13 is anticipated to arrive in the latter half of 2022. The developer preview was released in February, and the first Beta version was rolled out on Pixel devices on April 26.

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If the original timeline is followed, we can expect the next Beta version of the Android 13 sometime in May and most likely at Google I/O 2022. The company’s schedule suggests that Beta 3 and 4 will be released in June and July, and upon reaching stability, the stable version of the Android 13 will be rolled out in August 2022.

Android 13 – Notable Features
• Photo Picker – Android 13 will feature the Photo Picker feature, allowing users to share photos and videos securely with other apps.

• Quick Settings Tile – Android 13 will mark the introduction of a new tile placement API which will make it effortless for users to discover and add tiles to Quick Settings

• Per-System App – Android 13 will bring this much-awaited feature which will allow users to use an app in a particular language without affecting the global system language of any other app’s language.

• Material You Design – Material You was introduced with Android 12, and with Android 13, the company is expanding Material You beyond Google’s app to all the icons.

• Switch Screen Resolution – With its Android 13 update, Google is bringing the ability to change screen resolution with Android 13. This option will be available under Display Settings.

There are several other features that the company will be introducing with its Android 13 update apart from these, such as an Optimised experience for tablets, foldable smartphones and Chromebooks, intelligent home control, MIDI 2.0 support, and more. The Android 13 will be compatible with several smartphones from Samsung, OnePlus, Poco, Realme, and other brands.