Android 13 is now available to download and install — as long as you have a compatible Android device.
Google released the first Android 13 developer beta back in February, following that up with the first Android 13 public beta in April. In June, the tech giant dropped the fourth and final Android 13 beta — and now the official Android 13 release is finally here.
Android 13 brings several new features to Android, including a redesigned Material You with automatic color schemes based on your wallpaper, a kill switch that prevents third-party apps from accessing your camera and mic, end-to-end encryption for group conversations and a universal clipboard feature between various devices.
If you want to get your hands on Android 13 as soon as possible, here’s a list of which Android phones support the latest software update, and how to download and install the new software.
For now, the Android phones that can run Android 13 are limited to recent Pixel models, including the:
- Pixel 4
- Pixel 4 XL
- Pixel 4A
- Pixel 4A (5G)
- Pixel 5
- Pixel 5A
- Pixel 6
- Pixel 6A
- Pixel 6 Pro
Later this year, Android 13 will roll out to other devices from Samsung Galaxy, Asus, HMD (Nokia phones), iQOO, Motorola, OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Sony, Tecno, Vivo, Xiaomi and more.