Android 13 (internally codenamed Tiramisu) was announced in an Android blog posted on February 10, 2022 and released to the public on August 15, 2022. It’s starting earlier than expected.
The latest features of Google’s mobile operating system is available to those lucky owners of a Pixel smartphone (versions 4 and later). As always, Google’s smartphones are the first to benefit from the latest that Android has to offer. By the end of the year, the majority of owners of compatible smartphones from Samsung, Xiaomi, Oppo, OnePlus, Realme, Vivo, Motorola and Sony should also be able to benefit.
All Android smartphones released this year, as well as other recent and 5G compatible models, will be able to take advantage of this update. Owners of many phone models can expect to be able to switch to Android 13. That’s the case for Samsung Galaxy A52, A72, S20, Note 20, Z Flip and Z Fold 2, as well as all the models of these series released later. On the Xiaomi side, the 11T and 11T Pro, the Redmi 10 and the entire Redmi 11 and 11 Pro series will likely be concerned. At Oppo, all models released since the Find X2 Pro and Reno 6 should also benefit from the new features of Android 13. The same goes for the ASUS ROG Phone 5 and 5s, the Motorola Edge 20 and 30 as well as the OnePlus 8, Realme 9 and Vivo X60, and all models released since then by each of these manufacturers.