Google has released the fourth and final beta version of Android 13. The next step is expected to release, and, according to company representatives, until this moment is a few weeks away. Updates will first be released on current versions of Pixel smartphones, and then they will appear on third-party smartphones. However, this already depends on the developers of the companies.
The fourth beta version of Android 13 is intended for application developers to test their programs and prepare them for the release of the final version of the OS. The current beta includes fixes for the bugs found and, in fact, is a pre-release build.
In terms of innovation, Android 13 is expected to include new privacy features, new notification options, app icon improvements, HDR video support, Bluetooth LE Audio, and other additions.
Note that previously it was reported about a user who received a prototype Pixel 7 Pro with Android 13. Unfortunately, Google could remotely turn off the smartphone.