set up the Android 13 statue is located on the Google campus in Mountain View. Every significant update to Android sees Google erect a new statue, and this one is no exception.

The Android 13 Statue is now active at the Google Campus. You can see that this statue has a swing if you look at the example image. The number 1 is positioned above the swinging number 3. The way they are set out is horizontal.

Rahul Ravikumar from Twitter shared the picture you can see above the story. Dieter Bohn , a former reporter for The Verge who is now employed by Google, followed suit.

Advertisement The fact that the word thirteen is written on the blue rod in 13 different languages is especially intriguing in this situation. Additionally, it has a 4-bit binary language inscribed on it.

Please be aware that this statue is also available in AR version . The Google Android website hosts that version. Simply hit the View in 3D button to view it on the screen of your Android phone.

A FEW DAYS AGO, THE RELEASE OF ANDROID 13 BEGAN. Recently, Android 13 began to be released. Its stable build has now been released. It is now available for Google’s Pixel smartphones, which include the Pixel 4 and Pixel 6 series.

Advertisement Since Google stated that it would take a few weeks, not everyone has yet received their update. Although Android 13 does not significantly change the OS, it does include a few new features and solve about 150 bugs.

This update aims to improve the user experience and provide some fresh software features. On our devices so far, the update appears to be doing pretty nicely. This holds true for the Pixel 4a, 6, 6 Pro, and 6a, all devices on which we tried running it.


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