When will Android 13 launch on my phone? Xiaomi, Samsung, Google, and more

Finally available is Android 13, a rather small upgrade from Google. Well, we say small, but only in comparison to the downright colossal amount of changes that were in Android 12, as well as Google's habit of gradually rolling out updates to Android applications over the course of a year as they become available. 

When will Android 13 launch on my phone? Xiaomi, Samsung, Google, and more

More than anything else, Android 13 is a tune-up for your phone's powertrain. But it's still something to look forward to.

The biggest advantages will accrue to tablet and foldable owners, coupled with some changes to Material You to enhance Android's customizability. 

There isn't much else to say about Android 13 in general. It's a highly hidden update, and it won't be useful until some time after it's released.

Regarding release dates, Google released Android 13 in August. The Pixels were the first to receive it, and Samsung and Oppo soon after. When should you anticipate receiving it on your phone?

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Which mobile devices will run Android 13?

Although not all smartphone manufacturers have yet disclosed their intentions for Android 13's availability, we anticipate the rollout of Android 13 to be comparable to that of Android 12, Android 11, and other earlier versions. 

The update was among the first to reach Google's Pixel phones; Samsung will follow soon after, and other manufacturers will catch up over the following months. Though few companies have provided ETAs, Google claims that upgrades will soon be available for Samsung Galaxy, Asus, Motorola, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Sony, Tecno, Vivo, Xiaomi, and more.

Android 13 For Samsung Phones

One UI 5 is how Samsung's Android 13 upgrade looks. The company's newest version of Android will have refinements like an enhanced lock screen customization tool and "settings," which are its interpretations of the focus and lock screen modes in Apple's iOS 16.

All of Android 13's improvements, including the improved Material You theming and the new Privacy and Security panel, have also been adopted by Samsung. Even though Samsung says it won't be available until 2023, Bixby Tell will soon allow you to answer calls via text.

Although the manufacturer hasn't yet disclosed its update plans, SamMobile reports that the Galaxy S22 has begun receiving updates in some European countries, including Austria, Croatia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, and the U.K. 

The S21 and S20 have also all gotten beta versions of this upgrade at the same time. The S21, Z Fold 4, Z Fold 3, Z Flip 4, Z Flip 3, and A53 are reported to have complete releases before the end of the year.

After that, we anticipate that every Samsung A-Series and S-Series phone produced in the previous four years would have One UI 5 and Android 13 rather soon. However, as we've already indicated, the tablets and foldable stand to gain the most.

Android 13 For Google Phones

Google has stated that Android 13 will be available for all Pixel smartphones starting with the Pixel 4. The Pixel 4, 4XL, 4a, 4a 5G, 5, 5a, 6, 6a, and 6 Pro are included. The Pixel 7 and 7 Pro will debut with Android 13 pre-installed, while the 3a and 3a XL have received their last upgrades. 

The beginning of the upgrades was announced by Google on August 15 with the release of Android 13 to all Pixels that were eligible.

Android 13 For Xiaomi and Realme

Android 13 is presently being tested by Xiaomi on the Mi Pad 5, Xiaomi 12, and Xiaomi 12 Pro. Similar to Realme, who has a beta program for the GT 2 Pro but hasn't yet revealed a full launch schedule. We anticipate those to be released in the coming weeks, much as in prior years.

Android 13 For ROG Asus Phones

After releasing Android 12 to its previous flagships, Asus began testing an Android 13 upgrade for the Asus Zenfone 8. Although we don't know when it intends to release an official upgrade to Android 13, we do know that the Asus Zenfone 8 and Zenfone 9 are anticipated to receive Android 13 at some point in the future. 

When Asus formally announces its intentions, we'll find out which additional phones will be eligible for the upgrade, but we anticipate that the Asus ROG Phone 6 and 6 Pro will also be on that list.

Android 13 For Nothing Phone

An Android 13 upgrade for the Nothing Phone 1 will be released, but not soon. The business acknowledged its intention to release an upgrade before July 2023 in an email message to Android Authority.

"We always strive to enhance the Phone 1 user experience. Operating system upgrades will be regularly made available for download in order to guarantee this. The first half of 2023 will see the release of Android 13 for customers of the Phone 1. 

We want to fine-tune the software upgrade with Nothing's hardware before we release it. A spokeswoman for Nothing stated, "We will be sure to keep you informed as further information becomes available.

Before the end of 2022, a beta will be available for testers, according to CEO Carl Pei. Users of the impatient Nothing Phone 1 will subsequently be able to pick it up.

Android 13 For Nokia Phone

Although HMD Global no longer does a great job of updating Nokia smartphones, it has been testing an Android 13 developer preview for the tough Nokia XR20. That phone should continue to receive updates for at least the upcoming year. Once the firm makes its plans clear, further Nokia phones that are anticipated to receive Android 13 will be included.

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