On the opening day of the Google I/O 2022 conference, Google officially announced the Android 13 Beta program. Google has partnered with multiple OEMs to enable developers to try out the upcoming Android version, as it has done in the past.
The Android 13 Beta includes 12 OEMs, just like the Android 12 Beta’s initiative last year. There’s only one difference this time around: Lenovo replaced TCL.
Some companies provide builds for multiple products even though most offer Android 13 Beta for a single device. Thus, a total of 22 devices qualify, which is ten more than the OEMs participating.
Among the top tech companies, Google has the most products, 8 Pixel smartphone models, to be more specific. Xiaomi comes in second with 3 devices consisting of two smartphones and a tablet. Oppo also offers smartphone and foldable designs. Meanwhile, the remaining brands only offer a single model.
Now that that has been said, let’s have a look at all the smartphones and tablets you can use with Android 13.
Android 13 Beta Compatible Smartphones and Tablets
- Pixel 4
- Pixel 4 XL
- Pixel 4a
- Pixel 4a 5G
- Pixel 5
- Pixel 5a
- Pixel 6
- Pixel 6 Pro
- Xiaomi 12
- Xiaomi 12 Pro
- Xiaomi Pad 5
- Oppo Find X5 Pro
- Oppo Find N
- Asus Zenfone 8
- Lenovo Tab P12 Pro
- Nokia X20
- Realme GT 2 Pro
- Sharp Aquos Sense 6
- Tecno Camon 19 Pro 5G
- Vivo X80 Pro
Android 13 Beta is slowly but steadily gaining traction among smartphone users. With a number of devices from different OEMs being able to support the beta version, it would not be wrong to say that Android 13 is finally here. While there are still some kinks that need to be worked out, the overall experience is quite promising. As usual, if you’re a developer and want to get started on testing the beta version of Android 13, please visit our website for more information. We will keep you updated on all the latest news and developments!
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