Google has started releasing the Android 13 final public beta. As the firm had earlier promised, the stable rollout could start in the upcoming weeks, at least for Pixel phones.
In terms of features, the current build only contains minor adjustments to bugs that have already been identified. According to Google, Android 13 has a lot to discover, including privacy features like the new notification permission and photo picker. Themed app iconography, per-app language support, and contemporary standards like HDR video, Bluetooth LE Audio, and MIDI 2.0 over USB are examples of productivity-focused features.
Additionally, this subsequent full release will be advantageous for Android tablet users. In order to give customers “greater tools to take advantage of tablet and large screen devices,” the company claims to have expanded the modifications made in Android 12L.
On Google’s developer site, there are instructions on how to install the final beta version of Android 13 on Pixel smartphones that are compatible with Beta 4.