The next significant software release for Google’s Android mobile operating system is now available. In August, it started with Google’s own Pixel smartphones. However, some manufacturers’ smartphones won’t receive Android 13 until the following year. Don’t worry if you’re unclear about this. You can easily grasp it now thanks to Pocket-lint.
For your phone’s brand, look below. You can use Android 13 in some capacity, whether it is a beta or the most recent official release, if it is listed.
When is Android 13 going to be released?
The Pixel 4, Pixel 5, and Pixel 6 devices received Android 13 as a free over-the-air software upgrade on August 15, 2022.
“Pixel phones now operating on Android 12 will receive the Android 13 software update this month, with distribution having begun for the vast majority of users today. Depending on the carrier, the deployment will continue over the ensuing few weeks. When the OTA becomes available for a user’s device, they will receive a notification.” According to a Google’s support page for Android 13 claims that “Verify the Android version you’re using and update to the most recent version.”
The majority of current Android smartphones, along with the newest and forthcoming Android smartphones, will eventually support Android 13. For handsets made by other manufacturers, such as Asus, HMD, Motorola, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sony, Xiaomi, and Samsung, the software update is anticipated to arrive later this year. To see if your current phone is compatible, you should identify exactly what model it is.
When will your phone receive Android 13?
Pocket-lint will update this page with the most recent information as soon as the most well-known Android phone manufacturers make their plans public regarding when they intend to support and introduce Android 13 to their devices.
Google announced that Android 13 would be coming to your “favorite devices” from Asus in 2022, most likely the Zenfone and ROG phone series.
If past schedules are any indication, Asus normally pushes an update two months after launch, which would place the date around the end of October or the beginning of November. Major updates for ROG gaming phones often take longer, so those may not come until 2023.
Google Pixel phones
Newer Pixel phones got the official release of Android 13 on August 5th, 2022. However, the Pixel 3 series and older are all being treated unfairly. (The public beta was likewise limited to the Pixel 4 and newer devices.)
Pixel 4 (XL), Pixel 4a, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a (5G), Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, and Pixel 6a are examples of smartphones.
Google has stated that Android 13 will be available on your “favorite devices” from HMD, specifically Nokia phones, at some point in 2022.
Google has stated that your favorite Motorola devices will start receiving Android 13 sometime in 2022.
Motorola unveiled the list of phones that will receive the update in August. Unfortunately, we still don’t know the precise date of the update’s release.
These gadgets are supported:
2022 Motorola Edge, 2022 Motorola Edge Plus, 2022 Motorola Edge 30, 2022 Motorola Edge 30 Pro, and 2022 Motorola 202 Moto G Stylus 5G 2022 Moto G 5G, Moto G82 5G, Moto G62 5G, Moto G42, and Moto G32
Google announced that Android 13 will be available for your “favorite devices” from OnePlus sometime in 2022.
For smartphones like the OnePlus 9, 9R, 9 Pro, and 10 Pro, the OxygenOS 13 skin from OnePlus is currently in open beta. Before long, we should have a stable release.
Although Oppo’s ColorOS 13, which is based on Android 13, is presently in public testing, there is no firm release date available. The following devices have the beta live:
Discover X5 Pro, Discover X5, Discover X3 Pro, and Reno8 Pro
Here is how the brand’s beta rollout on other devices looks, which was also announced.
Reno 8, Reno 7 Pro, Reno 7, Reno 6, F21 Pro, and K10 for October 2022.
Reno 6 Pro, Reno 5 Pro, F21 Pro, F19 Pro+, K10, and A96 in November 2022.
Dec. 2022: Locate X2 and A74
Oppo Pad Air, F19 Pro, F19, F19s, A77, A57, A55, and A53s in H1 2023
The Realme phone
Realme’s Realme UI 3.0, which is based on Android 13, has not yet received a release date announcement. Owners of the Realme 9i and Realme GT Neo 3T can, however, test it out earlier thanks to an early access program.
On October 25, 2022, Samsung introduced their One UI 5.0 for the Galaxy S22 series, which is based on Android 13.
The company has also disclosed when it will launch further gadgets. This is how that seems.
Z Fold 4, Z Fold 3, Z Flip 4, Z Flip 3, S21, S20, Note 20, Tab S8 series, Tab S7 and S7+, A53, and A33 are all due in November 2022.
Z Fold 2, Z Flip 5G, Z Flip, S20 FE, Tab S7 FE, A51, A42, and A32 are all due in December 2022.
Tab A8, Tab A7 Lite, Tab Active 3, A23, A23, and M12 for January 2023.
the Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro in February 2023.
Nothing Phone (1)
The Nothing Phone (1) will get Android 13 in 2023. In August 2022, the company revealed this in a statement that reads as follows:
“The first half of 2023 will see the release of Android 13 for owners of the Phone 1. We want to fine-tune the software upgrade with Nothing’s hardware before we release it. We’ll be sure to update you with any new information. ”
Users of the Vivo X80 Pro can already download Vivo’s Funtouch OS 13, which is based on Android 13, and more Vivo devices will start receiving it in the coming months.
Domestically, Xiaomi is testing its Android 13-based MIUI 14. All the Xiaomi, Redmi, and Poco smartphones will get it. Expect it around November or December 2022. Supposedly, among the supported devices are:
Redmi K40, K30, Redmi Note 11 and Redmi Note 10 series, Xiaomi 12S series phones, Xiaomi 12 series, Xiaomi 11T and Mi 11 series, Xiaomi 12 series, and more