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Android 13 has now officially entered Beta, bringing it one step closer to its primetime release later in the year. While there’s still work left to do, moving to beta means Google has locked in a good chunk of the features destined for the final version of Android 13. So, let’s take a look at what it’s like to use the latest and greatest version of Android, and whether you should dive right on in immediately.
I’ve installed the first Android 13 beta on the inexpensive Google Pixel 5 and spent a few days getting to grips with what’s new. If you’re looking for instructions for your Pixel handset, please check out our dedicated installation guide here. Be sure to check out the article below for a full rundown of all the new features too.