How your phone will look with Android 13

How your phone will look with Android 13

Android 12's most notable feature was the Material You design. This brought a welcome change to the system's visual style. Although Android 13 doesn't offer the same visual evolution, many nice-to-have improvements are. Let's look at the major visible changes that Google's Android version 2022 will bring.

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This article was written shortly after Android 13 Beta 1 was released. More changes are expected until the Release Candidate build, followed by the stable version. We hope that more changes to the regular version will be made, which is expected in September/October. Some of the information on this page could also change or be reverted until then.



Android 13 isn't trying to reinvent the wheel, but it does improve the existing system. The new version will also include easier control for SmartHome systems via the lock screen, layout adjustments to tablets following Android 12L, and the Calendar icon that displays the current date instead of "31".



Google is still experimenting with quick settings options. These include renaming and reversing shortcuts from the Beta Developer Previews. More changes can be expected in the beta stage.

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The majority of Android 13's changes are at the background level. This is especially important for app developers. These changes affect how apps interact with Android and access device resources. Expect more user-facing improvements in the next betas, with Beta 1 now out in the wild.



Are you excited about Android 13? Are you stuck with an older version of Android 13 like me? Comment below to share your thoughts!

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