Google rolls out final Android 13 beta – eligible devices, how to download, and everything you need to know

Hey tech lovers, We are just a few days away from the official release of Android 13. Only the final finishing steps are going on.  So, today we are back with all the details about Beta 4, which is the final update in the process of testing and development. So buckle up your seat belts and get ready to observe a whole new experience of a new version of Android.

As you know, Google has already started rolling out the Android 13 beta version for public. So, if everything goes well, then all types of Pixel phones will definitely get it in the upcoming months. Google also said that – the developers of the app should now complete the final testing and must update compatibility patches before the final release.  the last version of Android, that is Android 12 was launched in the year 2021 and Android 11 came in the year 2020.

What is Android 13?

Android 13 is basically the 13th version of the Android operating system. It is given a very interesting name – Tiramisu. Do you know, what it is? As you know the developers use to name android versions on different types of sweets. So, Following the same pattern, they have named the 13th version – Tiramisu which is a coffee-flavored dessert.

As you know, Google released the beta version of Android 13 in July. So, now the stable version can be launched anytime soon. Actually, this final beta testing is done to check how their apps work on the latest version of the OS.

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Moreover, right now the beta version of Android 13 is released for Pixel devices only. But it will be soon available for devices like Samsung, Vivo, etc.

How to install Android 13 Public Beta?

Well, if any user has already the ‘developer review’ running then they will receive the beta version of android 13 automatically.  In all other cases, the users must enroll Pixel device to get the beta version.

For this, check the following details :


As you know, the Android 13 beta version was initially available for Google’s handsets only. Like Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 5a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 4a (5G), Pixel 4a, Pixel 4 XL, and the Pixel 4.

But now many other companies have also come for this beta program. But their ways of testing and installing are quite different. These companies include Asus, Lenovo, Nokia, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Tecno, Vivo, Xiaomi, and ZTE.

Enroll your device 

For enrolling your device for it, you have to visit the Android 13 developer site.

Beta updates 

Beta updates are free of cost right now. Once you’re enrolled, you just check for software updates as normal.


Is it safe?

Well, it is always advised to wait for the official stable version as usually the beta versions are meant for testing and may introduce multiple bugs to your device.

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