Google released a new update for the beta of Android 13 which now comes to the version 2.1. This update aims to eliminate some problems that characterized the previous version for smartphone Pixel. Here are the full details on the new update currently being released:
Android 13 updates with a new beta for the Pixels
Google has released a breve changelog of the new update, highlighting the problems that emerged from the previous version and solved with the update. These are minor bugs related to the use of Android Auto, the numeric keypad, sporadic crashes and the use of the search bar. The update should permanently eliminate these bugs allowing future versions to focus on further improvements to the operating system.
More updates on the way
Users who have Android 13 Beta will soon receive notification of the new update, which is currently in the process of release via OTA. Google’s Android 13 testing program will continue over the next few weeks, with numerous updates following one another until the stable version is released.
For the moment, Google has not yet formalized the timing of the release of Android 13 in the stable version. A Beta 3 is expected in June while the last Beta, version 4, should arrive in July. More details will certainly emerge soon. Of course, it will be necessary to wait several months before Android 13 arrives, in a stable version, on the main smartphones on the market.