You can try Android 13 right now thanks to public beta 4

You can test Android 13 before its final release on compatible Google Pixel mobiles by downloading the public beta now.

Google has not yet officially announced Android 13, but you can already try it with the launch of its public beta. If you have a Google Pixel mobile compatible with this new version of the operating system, you can download the Android 13 beta and take a first look at it.

After several preliminary versions for developers and three first public betas, Android 13 brings us its public Beta 4 version before its official launch in September, probably accompanying the launch of the new Pixel 7 mobile.

You can also find more information, including what’s new in Android 13, in our complete guide.

Warning: As is always the case with any beta software (that is, in testing), it is not advisable to install it on your main mobile, since the software could have bugs or even brick your device. Always back up important data before installing a beta. Android 13: Release Date, News, Compatible Smartphones

Which phones are compatible with Android 13 Beta 4?

Here is the complete list of Google phones that are compatible with Android 13 Beta:

  • Pixel 4
  • Pixel 4XL
  • Pixel 4a
  • Pixel 4a (5G)
  • Pixel 5
  • Pixel 5a
  • Pixel 6
  • Pixel 6Pro

You can also install it on these models from other manufacturers:

  • Asus ZenFone 8
  • Lenovo P12 Pro
  • Nokia x20
  • OnePlus 10 Pro
  • Oppo Find X5 Pro
  • Realme GT 2 Pro
  • Sharp Aquos sense6
  • Tecno Camon 19 Pro 5G
  • I live X80 Pro
  • Xiaomi 12
  • Xiaomi 12 Pro
  • XiaomiPad 5
  • ZTE Axon 40 Ultra (purchased from the Chinese market)

How to download Android 13 Beta

If you have an eligible phone from the list above, you can get Android 13 in no time. Here we explain how to install the operating system in a few simple steps.

  1. Head over to the ‘Android Beta Program’ site, making sure you’re signed in to your Google account.
  2. Scroll down to ‘Your Eligible Devices’.
  3. Select ‘opt in’ on the device you want to install Android 13 on.
  4. Read the terms and conditions, check the appropriate boxes, and click ‘Confirm and enroll’.
  5. On your phone, go to ‘Settings > System > Advanced > System update > Check for update’.

If at any time you want to opt out, simply go to the Android Beta Program site and select ‘opt out’ under ‘Your eligible devices’ where you clicked ‘Opt In’.

If you want to know more about what you can expect from Android 13, we have a complete guide with all the information. Google Pixel 7 Pro New Tensor chip and Android 13

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