Android 13 is already out as a public beta, which means anyone with an eligible device can test the next major software update to Google’s Android mobile operating system.
Google previewed the update and all its new features at I/O 2022 in May, but the official release of Android 13 for Pixel phones and other devices likely won’t happen until August. If you’re confused about this, no worries. Pocket-lint has made it easy for you to understand. Check below for your phone brand. If it is listed, you can run some form of Android 13 – whether it’s the current beta or the upcoming stable release.
When will Android 13 be available?
Android 13 will begin to roll out first to eligible Google Pixel devices later this summer or in early autumn, according to Google’s own timeline. It released the Android 13 developer preview for developers to test in February, and then it began beta releases in the spring. It now hopes to reach platform stability this summer, which means a final rollout for all eligible devices should begin in August or September 2022.
Android 13 will eventually be available for most newer Android phones and the latest and upcoming Android phones. Now is the time to figure out what exact phone you have to see if it’ll be supported.
When will your phone get Android 13?
As soon as the most popular Android phone makers announce when they plan to support and roll out Android 13 to their handsets, Pocket-lint will update this page with the latest information available.
Google Pixel phones
- Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G
Only newer Pixel will be eligible for the stable release of Android 13, with the Pixel 3 series and earlier all getting the short stick. The current public beta is available for the Pixel 4 and newer.
The current Android 13 public beta is also available on a few non-Google phones, like the OnePlus 10 Pro. OnePlus hasn’t said when it will support the stable release.
The current Android 13 public beta is available for Oppo Find X5 Pro. Oppo hasn’t said when it will support the stable release.
The current Android 13 public beta is available for Realme GT 2 Pro. Realme hasn’t said when it will support the stable release.
It’s rumoured that Xiaomi will announce MIUI 14 on August 16, and that it will be rolled out to a number of different models across its own name brand phones as well as Redmi and Poco models. Those purportedly include:
- Xiaomi 12S series phones
- Xiaomi 12 series
- Xiaomi 11T and Mi 11 series
- Redmi K40, K30 series
- Redmi Note 11 and Redmi Note 10 series
Is that it?
Google has said it will extend support for the Android 13 public beta to other phone brands, but manufacturers don’t have to participate. Samsung will reportedly launch its own Android 13 One UI 5.0 beta program in late July 2022, with support for the Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy S21 series, Galaxy Z Fold series, and Galaxy Z Flip series.