On the occasion of the Google I / O conference, the list of smartphones that can install the first public beta of Android 13 welcomes newcomers. Among them, we find in particular the Xiaomi 12 and 12 Pro, as well as the OnePlus 10 Pro or the Oppo Find X5 Pro, as well as two tablets from Lenovo and Xiaomi. Discover the complete list of new eligible smartphones in this article.
Yesterday was the launch of the Google I/O conference, which was the occasion to officially present the Pixel 6a, its brand new mid-range smartphone. But the event exists above all to highlight new software and for Google, this means primarily Android. Every year, users can therefore discover the novelties that will accompany the new major update, and Android 13 was of course no exception.
While the public beta has already been available since April 24, only a handful of privileged people have been able to install it on their smartphones until now. From now on, they will be joined by a wider panel of users, several manufacturers having taken advantage of the conference to announce their entry into the eligibility list. Thus, several devices, ranging from Xiaomi smartphones to those of Oppo, can now test the new features of Android 13 in preview.
Here is the complete list of smartphones that can install the Android 13 public beta today:
- ASUS ZenFone 8
- OnePlus 10 Pro
- Oppo Find N
- Oppo Find X5 Pro
- Realme GT 2 Pro
- Sharp Aquos Sense6
- Tecno Camon 19 Pro 5G
- Vivo X80 Pro
- Xiaomi 12
- Xiaomi 12 Pro
- ZTE Axon 40 Ultra
Note that Nokia has also announced that its smartphones will be compatible, but did not specify which ones precisely. We have therefore chosen not to include them in the list at this time. In addition, these devices will have access to the first beta of Android 13; while non-Pixel smartphones generally have to wait for the arrival of the 2nd beta. Finally, two tablets also have access to Android 13 today; namely the Lenovo P12 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi Pad 5.
According to Google, Now, there are now over three billion active monthly Android devices around the world.
Android has grown into the most popular OS in the world, delivering access, connectivity and information to people everywhere on their smartphones. There are over three billion active monthly Android devices around the world; and in the last year alone, more than a billion new Android phones have been activated. While the phone is still the most popular form of computing; people are adding more connected technologies to their lives like TVs, cars, watches and more.