Google has published the first Android 13 beta for Pixel phones that are compatible. Android 13 comes with a slew of new features and improvements, including improved privacy and a revamped user experience. After July, the definitive version of Android 13 is scheduled to be released.
You may try out the next Android 13 beta right now if you have a Pixel phone that is supported. You’ll learn how to install the first Android 13 beta on your Pixel phone in this article, as well as a list of Pixel phones that support it.
Pixel Phones Compatible with Android 13
Early access to impending Android updates, such as the recently released Android 13 Beta, is one of the numerous benefits of purchasing one of Google’s Pixel devices. You’ll need one of the following phones to install Android 13 Beta right now:
- Google Pixel 4
- Google Pixel 4 XL
- Pixel 4a
- Google Pixel 4a (5G)
- Google Pixel 5
- Pixel 5a (5G)
- Google Pixel 6
- Google Pixel 6 Pro
- Pixel 6a
According to rumors, the Pixel 6a will be released with Android 13.
Key Features of Android 13 Beta
The privacy and security features of Android 13 are prioritized. It has a new notification authorisation, a better photo picker, customized app icons, increased translation and language support, and more.
Granular media permissions are one of the most talked-about features in Android 13 Beta 1.
The idea is to make sure the program has all of the permissions it needs to function effectively and fulfill its intended task without becoming overburdened.
This is an attempt to limit access to personal data so that it can be better targeted and valuable for specified objectives.
Android 13 Name
Google used to name Android versions after sweets, and it did it for more than a decade. Google, on the other hand, opted to break with history and rebrand Android as we know it today with Android 10 (also known as Android Q). However, these dessert codenames are still in use within the company.
Quince Tart was ranked 10th, Red Velvet Cake was 11th, and Snow Cone was 12th. Android 13 is rumored to be called “Tiramisu,” after a renowned Italian dish, but this remains unverified… at least until Android 13 is officially unveiled.
To far, all Android versions (internal or public) have had the following dessert names:
- Android 1.5: Cupcake
- Android 1.6: Donut
- Android 2.0: Eclair
- Android 2.2: Froyo
- Android 2.3: Gingerbread
- Android 3.0: Honeycomb
- Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich
- Android 4.1: Jelly Bean
- Android 4.4: KitKat
- Android 5.0: Lollipop
- Android 6.0: Marshmallow
- Android 7.0: Nougat
- Android 8.0: Oreo
- Android 9: Pie
- Android 10: Quince Tart
- Android 11: Red Velvet Cake
- Android 12: Snow Cone
- Android 13: Tiramisu?
Installing Android 13 Beta 1
The instructions for installing Android 13 Beta 1 are the same as for prior Google beta programs.
- On your phone or computer, go to google.com/android/beta.
- Click the opt-in option after logging in with the Google account connected with your Pixel phone.
- Take a look at what Google has to offer. You can read Google’s own caution about what to expect when testing a beta and learn more about the program’s complexity.
- After you’ve completed reading, scroll down to the section titled Your eligible devices. Locate and hit the blue Opt In button on your Pixel phone. A popup will open, asking if you want to take part in the competition.
- You can either stick with Android 12 or upgrade to Android 13.
- From the drop-down option, choose Android 13 and then click Review terms. Read the terms carefully and, at the very least, tick the box indicating that you agree to them.
- If you’d like to get further information, select one or both of the other checkboxes. Finally, click Finalize to confirm your enrollment.
- Wait a few minutes before unlocking your Pixel phone and checking for a software update (Settings > System > System Update) to see if Android 13 is ready to install. Allow it to install in the same way that any other software update would.
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