Check These Sizzling Features Of Android 13: Expected Launch Date? Compatible Devices?
Google announced the first Android 13 developer preview in February, and the Android 13 update is available for download on Google Pixel 4 and later models. Also, the initial developer preview. Android 13 will be called Tiramisu, as already seen in the settings.
Android 13 is currently available for testing on devices that support it. After months of beta testing, Google has announced that the stable version is now available for download on Pixel smartphones. Samsung, Xiaomi, Realme, and OnePlus, as well as other original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), will begin updating their devices to Android 13 based on their skins in the near future.
Let’s take a look at the new features that will be offered by Android 13!
New pop-up permissions panel
When you open an app after installing Android 13, you may notice a slightly modified permissions window with more rounded edges. Also, rather than granting access to “Data and media,” you can grant access to “Photos & videos” or “Music & audio,” depending on the type of files that an application requires.
Furthermore, the floating pop-up now has more vibrant and easily visible buttons. The behavior of the “Allow” and “Don’t allow” buttons is determined by your system’s Dynamic Color settings and the theming.
Overflow lock screen notifications
If you have a large number of unread notifications, you may notice shortened alerts on the lock screen. This is done to reduce the amount of information displayed at once. The pill will appear shorter and will bear an app symbol in the shape of a line. Any alerts that are tapped, opened, or ignored will free up space and render the smaller tablets obsolete.
Vibration settings screen redesign
The vibrations menu in Android 13 now has more options, as well as new titles for “Calls,” “Notifications and alarms,” and “Interactive haptics,” which help guide you to the settings that you require. Furthermore, you can manually adjust the vibration intensity for each type of notification to suit your needs.
Display size and text menu combined
There also is the addition of a new menu that combines the Display size and associated text changes into a single, simple-to-manage panel for everything related to screen scaling as well as text size and style. This eliminates the two-section technique found in Android 12 and previous versions, making things easier to use.