Android 13 is Finally Released: The First Stable official Version


Google released Android 13 Beta 4, promising it would be the last beta, with the stable version arriving in a few weeks.

After investigation, when Google routinely released the Android update log in August, it accidentally mentioned that the Android 13 security patch will be released in September, which is considered to be the signal that the official version is scheduled for September.

However, the Pixel 7 series, Google’s first mobile phone equipped with Android 13, will be later. It will be pre-sold on October 6 and officially launched on the 13th. This means that if there are third-party manufacturers or developers who act quickly, the official version of AOSP based on Android 13 can be updated before Google.

Regarding the main points of Android 13, we have made an in-depth introduction to Kuai Technology before . In short, its main upgrade points include privacy and security and greatly optimize the fluency of large-screen, folding screen, and small-memory phones.

The new features include Material You’s beautified theme and UI, allowing each application to set the preferred language separately, game mode, native full support for all features of Bluetooth 5 low energy audio transmission, quick scan QR code on the lock screen, etc.

Read Also: Android 13 Beta 4.1 Released: Finishing Touches Before Stable Release

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