Android 13 makes its way to Google Pixel 4 smartphones even before it is unveiled officially


According to reports, Google “accidentally” released the Android 13 upgrade for certain smartphones. The manufacturer will release its brand-new Android 13 upgrade, which is now only available in beta form, by the end of the year.

The chance for the American behemoth to fix any bugs or other issues with its mobile operating system. However, a Google Pixel 4 user could upgrade to the most recent version of Google’s OS a few days ago without being signed up for any Android 13 Beta for Pixel-type programs, assuming Android 13 is not anticipated in a final and stable version before August or September.

A Google Pixel 4 owner (at least) could upgrade to Android 13 by accepting a specific notice from his phone. The latter intended to perform a simple update but eventually realized that his smartphone was being animated by an OS that won’t be made accessible to the general public for many weeks.

A specific upgrade has led to Google Pay’s contactless payment technology disabling. Even if Android 13 has been released by Google, we naturally assume that it is not the final version and maybe a particular beta version reserved just for the company’s workers in the United States.

Therefore, Android 13 would have been a private, non-final version unintentionally made accessible to at least one user. Recall that Google officially announced the new Android 13 in May last year. A big update is known as “Tiramisu” will soon be made available for several Android-powered devices, including Google’s Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 4a, and Pixel 4a (5G), Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6 Pro.