Here’s every device currently eligible for the Android 13 Beta

Google has opened the door to Android 13 for all with the start of the Beta program for Pixel devices – but what devices can install it? Here’s every eligible handset.

Android 13 is coming to 10 Google Pixel smartphones with devices from other OEMs such as OnePlus, Oppo, and Realme all eligible for beta builds. The process of enrolling upon the public-facing beta is simple for Pixel phone. All you need to do is head to the dedicated microsite, sign in, and then enroll your device. An OTA update notification should soon arrive on your phone, prompting you to download and install.

If you have already sideloaded the recent Android 13 Developer Preview, you will get an OTA notification allowing you to download and update the beta on your Google Pixel device. This process may vary with other smartphone brands when the beta is made available by more OEMs. More often than not you’ll need to manually flash OTA update files and each OEM process will vary. You can learn how to install on your device via the links below.

Here’s every device currently eligible for the Android 13 Beta

  • Google Pixel 4
  • Google Pixel 4 XL
  • Google Pixel 4a
  • Google Pixel 4a 5G
  • Google Pixel 5
  • Google Pixel 5a
  • Google Pixel 6
  • Google Pixel 6 Pro

As of May 12, the Android 13 beta is now available for over 20 devices from 12 manufacturers after many confirmed that they would offer early previews ahead of I/O 202. You can follow our guide to learn how to install the Android 13 Beta on your eligible device here.

Author: Damien Wilde
Source: 9TO5Google

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