Android 13 has arrived, but it can still only be used on Google Pixels

Deepak Gupta August 15, 2022
Updated 2022/08/15 at 7:53 PM

Android 13 was promised by Google very soon. This new version of the system dedicated to smartphones was being developed at a high pace, but with forecasts to arrive later.

Now, and without any notice, Google decided to bring a gift. Android 13 is official, but still dedicated to only a few smartphones, for now only the Pixel line, as is normal for this research giant’s system.




Since this year's I/O, Google has been developing Android 13 at a fast pace. The beta versions of this system were appearing, always with news and improvements that were revealed.

Now is very discreetly, Google has finished its developments. The new version is ready and can therefore be installed on some smartphones, in a very limited list. For now only some Piel can install and use this version.

Android 13 Google smartphones Pixel news

The list of novelties is large and has been revealed over the months. Notable are more granular privacy controls, a new photo picker, Bluetooth LE audio, and more. Those who want even more customization can turn to the company's Material You for custom icons.

One of the most interesting updates of Android 13 is the streaming of messaging apps. It streams messaging apps to Chromebook so you can chat with friends across systems. Google said it works with Messages "and many of your other favorite messaging apps".

Android 13 Google smartphones Pixel news

There are many small changes that make Android 13 up to date, such as an animated progress bar in the play box on the lock screen, as well as a QR code scanner shortcut. Many other improvements are coming to the L version of Android, designed to make browsing on devices with larger screens more intuitive.

So, and if you have one of the latest Pixels, you can install Android 13 now. The remaining smartphones that use Google's system should wait a little longer for brands to make this version available globally for their devices.

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