A good indicator to measure the performance of a mobile phone is the application load time. According to a tweet from developer Mishaal Rahman, Android code shows that Google may speed up game startup by boosting the CPU frequency when the app launches.
According to Mishaal Rahman, when the game loads, the system will temporarily increase the frequency of the CPU, thus speeding up the startup of the game, and this feature will be available in Android 13. This feature may not support all Android 13 devices, only Google Pixel devices.
Unsurprisingly, Android 13 will be officially released at the Google I/O developer conference, and a stable version update will be pushed in the second half of this year. It is reported that the preview version will be available for download as soon as February.