- Android 13 beta 4 is now official.
- This is a pixel filter release, so it’s roughly stable.
- If you have a previous beta version installed, you will get this new version automatically.
Today, we have what could be the final version of Android 13 before we hit the stable channel in the next few weeks! This time, it’s Android 13 beta 4.
Google recently pushed several points upgrades for a new beta launch. As such, there could be one or more point upgrades for Beta 4 on the way. However, even if it does, the Android 13 core is ready to go.
See also: When will Android 13 be released?
In fact, This is the new beta version It is a release candidate for Pixel phones and Android emulator. A “release candidate” is exactly what it sounds like: software so close to complete that it could be a potential candidate for a stable release.
In other words, Android 13 beta 4 is so incredibly close to completion that it might as well be stable. With that in mind, there aren’t any new apparent features with this version. Instead, we see that Google is making subtle improvements and fixing stuck issues.
How to get Android 13 beta 4
If you had an older beta on your Pixel phone, you’ll see an OTA notification about upgrading to the latest version. If you have a Pixel phone (Pixel 4 or later) and want to try the new beta, we have a step-by-step guide on how to install it. Don’t worry, you will still get the final stable version once it lands.
If all goes as planned, we are expecting to see the stable release of Android 13 in August. We then expect the Google Pixel 7 series to be the first phones to be launched out of the box, which could happen in October. Stay tuned!