These are the Samsung devices that could have Android 13 in the coming months

These are the Samsung devices that could have Android 13 in the coming months

Android 13 could arrive on Samsung smartphones before the start of 2023. (Android Developers)

The new version of the operating system Google for smartphone, android 13could happen before the end of the year to some samsung devices selected after trying beta of the update.

In the case of smart phones from the South Korean company, devices such as the series Galaxy S21 and the Galaxy S22 who were in the United States and other countries around the world, had the opportunity to try some of the Features of the new Android.

According to the 9to5google site, Android 13 will release its first stable version for Samsung cellphone users before the end of 2022 and, probably, the first devices that could download it would be the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ Yes Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultrawho would reach octoberin a few weeks.

In addition, the SamMobile page indicates that in total they will be 11 smartphones from the Asian manufacturer the first to have this new version of android before the start of 2023.

Samsung foldable phones will be among the company's short list of devices that could get Android 13 before the end of the year.
Samsung foldable phones will be among the company’s short list of devices that could get Android 13 before the end of the year.

Although the folding models are the latest launched on the market by Samsungthese will not be the only ones that can be upgraded to the New version of the operating system. In addition to being accompanied by Galaxy S-seriesone of the mid-range devices, like the Galaxy A53you can also get this actualization This year.

The full list of devices eligible to have Android 13 this year would be as follows:

-Samsung Galaxy Z-fold 4

-Samsung Galaxy Rollover in Z 4

-Samsung Galaxy Z-fold 3

-Samsung Galaxy Flip Z 3

-Samsung Galaxy S22

-Samsung Galaxy S22+

-Samsung Galaxy S22Ultra

-Samsung Galaxy S21

-Samsung Galaxy S21+

-Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

-Samsung Galaxy A53

In the feature set of Google’s new operating system, which may be coming to Samsung devices this year, is a so-called material design. This one, which was already present in Previous releases of Android, it would seem improved in this new update.

The basic function of Material Design is aesthetic: Change icons applications of the devices so that they acquire a color and drawing adapted according to screen customization what users do.

With Android 12 on Pixel devices, only Google apps can change the way their icon looks onscreen.  This would change in the next OS update.  (photo: MovilZona)
With Android 12 on Pixel devices, only Google apps can change the way their icon looks onscreen. This would change in the next OS update. (photo: MovilZona)

However, it was limited to device system apps and not third party apps like Spotify, Instagram, Facebook, WhatsAppamong others that have retained their original design and have not harmonized their appearance with that of the screen space.

However, Android 13 will allow some of the Apps already mentioned, in addition to others, acquire a new design more in tune with the colors displayed on the screen.

In the list are: TelegramSignal, Microsoft Edge, Beeper, Opera Browser, American Express, ESPN, Fotmob, LinkedInPinterest, Pocket, Reddit. Together they would be more than 50 applications who would have this change available.

Additionally, as part of its Health feature, the app Digital well-being Yes google clock they will have the possibility to listen to the sound of users’ snoring and coughing while they sleep, in order to monitor the quality of their sleep and record their evolution over the days.

Google Clock app's bedtime mode could let users control sleep quality
Google Clock app’s bedtime mode could let users control sleep quality

Another feature that will be added is the ability for apps to change their language individually, without needing to go into system settings and perform the system-wide change on the phone.

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