With the launch of the Pixel device beta program, Google has made Android 13 available to all users, but which devices can actually install it? Every eligible phone is listed here.
Ten Google Pixel smartphones will get Android 13; other OEMs’ phones like OnePlus, Oppo, and Realme are also eligible for beta builds. For the Pixel phone, signing up for the public beta is a simple process. Visit the specific microsite, log in, and then enroll your device are all that are required. Your phone should shortly receive an OTA update message asking you to download and install.
Heres every device currently eligible for the Android 13 Beta Google OnePlus Oppo Realme You will receive an OTA notification allowing you to download and update the beta on your Google Pixel device if you recently sideloaded the Android 13 Developer Preview. When other OEMs release the beta, this procedure can change for different smartphone brands. You’ll almost always need to manually flash OTA update files, and each OEM’s procedure will be different. The links below will show you how to install on your device.
Here are all the devices that are currently Android 13 beta-compatible. GOOGLE Pixel 4 Google XL Google Pixel Alpha Google Pixel Pixel 4a Google 5G Pixel 5 by Google Pixel 5a Google Pixel 6 Google Pixel 6 Pro Google REALME ONEPLUS OPPO After many manufacturers said they will provide early previews before to I/O 202, the Android 13 beta is already accessible for more than 21 devices from 12 manufacturers as of May 12. It’s important to note that some smartphones, like the Oppo Find N, are only available to Chinese developers who have developer accounts and are eligible for the Android 13 beta. This is a drawback since, despite units being provided to some journalists and influencers, the device is only officially sold in China. Here is where you can find instructions on how to install the Android 13 Beta on a compatible device.