There is still some time for Google to release Android 13, but we have already begun receiving some early leaks over this Android version. (This article was first published on August 18, 2021)
We have a codename for Android 13, leaked just days ago, it’s based on an Italian dessert ‘Tiramisu‘. This dessert can be clearly seen in the featured image I’ve used in this article. But I don’t know how delicious it is. More such Android 13 leaks should be on the way.
In the current scenario, the users are looking for their device’s eligibility over the Android 12 OS ‘Snowcone’. This 2021 announced operating system has not yet made its way to the third party OEMs and the top contenders of which are Samsung, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Realme, and Oppo. Most of the users are from these brands are eagerly waiting for the new software.
Meanwhile, the Pixel users who have been testing the Android 12 since the beginning of the year (February 2021), might now be used to this software. And now, the Android 13 news might get their excitement going. So, here we are with everything on Google’s next year’s Android OS.
Being a Pixel user is sometimes worthful, mostly when you are more of a software guy, and like to test the Android. The Android 13 news at this point in time may not be a big deal for the users of Google phones.
Meanwhile, the other OEMs, which begin their testing after the stable release of Android might disappoint their users, for a while. The Android 13 release in 2022 could happen in February if this year’s Android schedule is anything to go by.
The US tech firm will begin with the developer’s previews in February 2022. This was followed by the beta updates and the final stable release, which could most likely happen in September.
As far as the non-pixels are concerned, those who are undoubtedly ready/eligible for the Android 13, have to wait until the stable version of this OS is officially released for the Pixel users.
If we follow the previous trend of Android rollout for the third parties, Samsung, Xiaomi, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, and Vivo will most likely start their beta testing in the early fourth quarter or in the beginning of 2022.
February 13, 2021 | Android 13 Developer Preview 1
Google announced the Android 13 Developer Preview which is now available for the eligible device. Along with this, the company also revealed its timeline for the release of DPs, beta, and stable version.
Here’s the official timeline/roadmap of Google’s Android 13:
Android 13 roadmap (Confirmed)
- February 2022 – Developer Preview 1
- March 2022 – Developer Preview 2
- April 2022 – Beta 1
- May 2022 – Beta 2
- June 2022 – Beta 3
- July 2022 – Beta 4
In this section, you can check all the rumored and official features of the Android 13 update that Google may include.
February 13 , 2022 | Android 13 Developer Preview
Google released the first developer preview of Android 13. And it comes with various new features that will become the base for Google’s upcoming major upgrade. The upgrade brings many new features:
- Photo picker and APIs
- Nearby device permission for Wi-Fi
- Quick Settings Placement API
- Themed app icons
- Per-app language preferences
- Faster hyphenation
- Programmable shaders
- OpenJDK 11 updates
December 23, 2021 | Here are some Android 13 features to start with
While there is some time in the launch of Android 13, here are some of the features that could debut in 2022 with developer preview. These features include App language, Run time permission for notifications, TARE, and lock screen clock layout. Check full coverage here
September 24, 2021 | Android 13 ‘T’ Tiramisu to add native support for DNS over DoH
There are currently different DNS servers available such as Google Public DNS, NextDNS, and Cloudflare that support both DoT and DoH standards. While Android currently supports DoT.
However, this could change with Android 13, according to the latest info, the Android 13 Tiramisu update will probably allow you to configure settings to use DNS over DoH. A recently emerged code alleged to be from the 2022 Android version reads — “Default enable DoH feature in T.”
You can check the DNS settings on your Phone’s Network and Internet Settings, this is the place where you can configure it. For more info about DNS check here.
Android 13 Eligible Devices:
Check the complete list of Android 13 eligible devices from all the OEMs running Android OS. Check here.
Our Android 13 device list includes all the OEMs running their custom skin based on Google’s OS, in this list, you can find your smartphone from brands including:
(more OEMs will be added soon and we will update this article as we receive more Andriod 13 leaks)
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