The final beta version of Android 13 is online today

Google released the Android 13 Beta 4 version today, which is also the last version of the Android 13 beta version, and the next release will be the official version of Android 13.

At the same time, Google also stated that "we are now "only a few weeks away from supported Pixel devices", and if nothing else, the official version of Android 13 (including AOSP) will be announced at the end of this month or early next month.

The fourth beta version of Android 13 is intended to allow app developers to conduct final testing and development as new versions are released. This build is actually a release candidate for Android 13 for Pixel devices and the Android Emulator.

Platform stability testing has been achieved in previous betas, so it is currently confirmed that all UI is final, including SDK and NDK APIs, as well as application-oriented system behavior, and restrictions on non-SDK interfaces.

The Beta 4 /RC version released today fixes some of the problems reported earlier, and this should be the most stable pre-release version of Android.

Android 13 offers new privacy features like notification permissions, a new photo picker, themed app icons, single app language support, HDR video, Bluetooth LE audio, USB MIDI 2.0 support, and more, plus better tools It allows app developers to better utilize tablets and large-screen devices, and expand the capabilities of Android 12L.

If you have a Pixel phone and are already enrolled in Google's open beta recruiting, you should receive an OTA update for this new version within the next few hours or days. If you want to try this version, you can also get it now by registering as a developer.

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