Google announced today that the source code for Android 13 has been released to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) as part of the official release of the latest version of the Android system. Android 13 brings security improvements, UI/theming improvements, productivity improvements, OpenJDK 11 LTS updates, ART optimizations, garbage collection improvements, and various other evolutions and changes.
A new report comes to an unknown source that the Samsung device owners will not test stable Android 13 update until next year. I thing, Xiaomi, Vivo, OPPO, Realme, IQOO, Honor and other smartphone makers also adopt stable Android 13 update next year.
Android 13 is initially rolling out to Google Pixel devices (and is already available today) and will start appearing on more devices from other vendors later this year. For more details on the Android 13 release and AOSP availability, see the Android Developers Blog:
- 110 features in Android 13 you should know about
- Android 13 does not allow you to rollback on Android 12
- Android 13 stable update comes with these 150 improvements
- Android 13 goes official with August security patch (Factory Images & OTAs Available)
- Android 13 is now available for Pixel devices: Check the latest innovations
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