By Aashish Verma
Android 13 brings several enhancements, including better material UI, a private photo picker, and more.
If you have a Pixel, Android 13 is finally here. On August 15, Google started rolling out the official Android 13 update to all the eligible Pixel phones.
It's a pretty small improvement over Android 12, with a focus on bringing back some features, like Material UI and adding a number of improvements that make life easier.
Before we get into what’s new, let’s discuss how to get the update. For Pixel users, it’s pretty simple: open Settings > System > System Update.
The easiest way to update is to use your phone's system update feature. However, those who can't wait can download factory images or over-the-air (OTA) images from Google's developers website.
Instead of an exhaustive list of new features (because there are a lot!), we’ve compiled a quick list of some of the best new features in Android 13:
1. Immersive listening experience with headphones that support head tracking via Spatial Audio. 2. Improved connectivity with ChromeOS
3. Better tablet UI with a new taskbar and split-screen functionality. 4. Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) audio support. 5. Expanded Material UI colour option.