In order to optimize and stabilize the Android 13 operating system, Google recently released the second preview version with a series of functionalities for users.Google released the first demo version of Android 13 to take a step towards optimizing and achieving the stable performance of the expected operating system, which is expected to be officially released this fall. Naturally, demos of any operating system are full of bugs and bugs, and that is why previews are not publicly available so that different versions can be reviewed and fixed by a number of experts.
While Google released the first preview version of Android 13 a month ago, it made the second preview available for download yesterday, so it will officially enter the beta release phase. According to the available information, it seems that we should see the release of the first beta version of Android 13 in April. The second and third beta versions of Android 13 will be available in May and June, respectively. The fourth beta, which usually has no problems and is quite similar to the versions, will be officially released in July and then the original version itself.
As usual, Google has 13 months to release the official version of Android It has not been specified, but looking back, it can be seen that Android 13 will be available in August, September or October for eligible phones in the Pixel series.
From Google's roadmap for Android 13, we return to the second preview version. Where once again we see changes in the privacy sector. Apparently, Google wants to equip Android 13 with a feature in which applications must request permission before sending notifications. This means, for example, that if you install WhatsApp on your phone, the app must first ask you for permission to send notifications. You can also view notifications if you have given permission.
A number of other features This version includes Japanese font improvements, word height correction in non-Latin script, support for the first version of the COLR font, and new emojis.
Developers can also customize their applications. Design to support this feature, thanks to the intelligent algorithm used in Android 13, the system itself does the rest. Android 13 also supports the next generation of Bluetooth wireless system called Bluetooth LE Audio, which is said to be designed for HiFi technology and allows users to play or share audio files with their friends without increasing power consumption. Android 13 also supports the MIDI 2.0 standard, which allows you to connect MIDI 2.0-based hardware to the phone via USB. This allows more controllers to be connected to the phone.
Just like the first version, this version of Android is available to developers so that they can get acquainted with its details and optimize their applications accordingly. So ordinary users should not install it. If you are too eager to install a new version, you can wait a month as the first beta version will be released. Of course, to experience this version, you must also have a pixel phone and be a member of the Android beta program.
Note that some features of Android 13 may already be present in your phone thanks to the user interface of different companies. . You should also keep in mind that Android features will not necessarily be added to your phone in the same way as any version that is to be released, as companies will definitely make a number of changes to it.