As we all know the Google I/O event will be hosted at the end of this week. The annual Android Developer Event will be held on May 11 where Google will announce the latest Android 13 features among other things.
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The new Android 13 beta update is already out, giving us an idea of what to expect once the stable update rolls out later this year.
– Google is also said to include Fast Pair natively in Android 13. This will make connecting your Bluetooth accessories easier and faster.
– Android 13 will also bring a new photo picker feature that will allow users to securely share photos and videos with other apps.
– We can expect the Android 13 public release to be available for download between August and October 2022.
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Google I/O 2022 will be hosted virtually. Soon after, a beta release for the Pixel smartphone is expected to become available. Other OEMs may also make Android 13 beta available for select smartphones in the coming months. More details about the update rollout will be announced at an event on May 11th. Let’s know what is special in the new Android 13 features…..
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Android 13 won’t come with a big design overhaul. Google may make some minor improvements to its Material U design introduced in Android 12. The developer reveals that the upcoming Android update will let users select a theme for the icons just like the rest of the user interface. However, this feature is likely to be exclusive to Pixel smartphones. Google will also require developers to change the icon theme to add a monochrome icon to the app.
The new Android 13 update will also allow users to choose between clock styles on the lock screen. Reports have revealed that the Android 13 update may introduce a new tap-to-transfer (TTT) system that will allow users to pass media controls to other devices. It is not yet known how this feature will work, but we can expect Android 13 to rely on NFC or ultra-wideband (UWB) technology.
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Google is also said to include Fast Pair in Android 13. Therefore, it will be easier and faster to connect to your Bluetooth accessories.