The final beta release for Android 13 beta is now available, which means the final OS release is not far away. Since February of this year, Android 13’s beta has been running developer previews and beta releases. Anyone who has already registered for testing or wants an early peek at the final version, Beta 4, can access it now. In beta builds, there is always the possibility of finding a bug that has yet to be fixed, but Google claims to have achieved platform stability in Beta 3, so it may not be as much of a risk this time around.
A final and optimized version of the new operating system has been released in this most recent beta release. For this reason, Google is urging Android 13-ready developers to get their app affairs in order as soon as possible so that they can submit final builds before the official release of Android 13.
This is just one of a number of new features in Android 13 that have been added. To facilitate multitasking, a taskbar and multi-window/split-screen mode will be included as standard features. The fourth Android 13 beta should be available to Pixel users who have already enrolled in the program. Otherwise, the Android 13 developer site has information on testing Beta 4 if you’re so inclined. Google hasn’t given a specific date for the release of Android 13 yet, but it’s expected to arrive in the “weeks to come.”
The majority of devices running Android 12 should be able to upgrade to Android 13. The OnePlus 9 smartphone series, the Asus Zenfone 8, and the Samsung Galaxy S20 and S21 are just a few of the models available. We don’t know for sure if Google will end support for the Pixel 3 series in Android 13 or not.
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