Unsurprisingly, Google has Android 13 in the pipeline. This release was still where the search giant began to create its novelties and laid the foundation for this novelty for smartphones.
This version has now been developed and Google has finally announced its first public beta. It’s still focused on testing, but it can be installed on a larger scale and is more affordable. However, the path to the final version is definite.
Google has been preparing the new Android 13 for a few months now. The search giant has specific targets for its developments, with a deeper look being presented soon during this year's I/O conference.
for that and for continue developmentsGoogle has decided to take another important step in this new version of its mobile operating system. The first beta version of Android 13 is now coming, so the tests will continue.
One big news that the first public beta focused on was file access permissions. If so far everything relied on one permissions option, it would now be possible to separate this into access to videos, images, and audio.
There are also new APIs that will allow programmers to create themed codes for each application, quick placement of configuration blocks, support for languages per application, Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) audio, and MIDI 2.0 support over USB.
Right now, Google has Android 13 open for public testing, albeit limited. This means that it will only be possible to install this first version On Pixel smartphonesfrom 4 to the latest version 6 and 6 Pro.
The plans that Google has shown clearly show that Android 13 will be developed and improved in the coming months. The final release is promised, but it does not have a scheduled release date. Everything indicates its appearance, as usual, at the end of summer.
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