- Following its announcement in May, Google has released the Android 13 upgrade to the general public.
- Only the Pixel phones have been given the new Android 13 upgrade.
- Numerous innovations are included in Android 13.
After unveiling Android 13 in May, Google has now made it available to everyone. The new Android 13 version has only been made available for Pixel phones so far, but it will soon be made available for other Android phones. Numerous features are included with the Android 13 for tablets as well as for phones. The ability to copy text and media from one Android device and paste it to another with just one click is one of the features that users will be able to use. Other features include language settings that can be set at the app level, improved privacy controls, and even the extension of app colour theming to even more apps.
Google announced that, in addition to the Pixel, Android 13 would soon be available on “your favourite devices from Samsung Galaxy, Asus, HMD (Nokia phones), iQOO, Motorola, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Sony, Tecno, vivo, Xiaomi and more.” Here is a list of every Android phone that will shortly receive the Android 13 upgrade.
–Pixel 4 (XL) –Pixel 4a –Pixel 4a (5G) –Pixel 5 –Pixel 5a (5G) –Pixel 6 –Pixel 6 Pro Pixel 6a
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Phones from Samsung Galaxy Asus Nokia phones HMD (Nokia phones) , Motorola, iQOO Realme OnePlus Oppo Sharp Tecno Vivo by Sony Xiaomi In the event that you own a Pixel phone, you must go to Settings, Systems, System, and System Update, and then select “Check for Update.” You will see it if the choice has been downloaded to your phone. Many intriguing new features are included in Android 13, including the option to give separate apps access to different languages. Users could previously only choose one language for each app on their phone.