A new useful feature was reported by the Android Police edition. According to him, Google is developing a new option for Android 13, codenamed “Panlingual”, which will allow users to apply language settings for each application separately from the system-wide settings. For example, you can set social media to Spanish, and the system’s user interface will default to English.
The development of a new feature is still at an early stage, and Android 13 itself will not be released soon. Not all smartphones have received the latest Android 12 yet. The rollout of updates usually starts with the flagships.