Google is slowly but surely launching its Android 12 operating system with a new Material You theme and a range of new features on more and more phones and tablets. Although some Android device manufacturers are still launching new phones based on the Android 11 system, Google is no longer looking back and has already set a launch date for Android 13.
Today, the CEO of Google and its parent company Alphabet, Sundar Pichai, announced that Google will hold a Google I / O conference online from May 11-12.
In line with common practice, this Google I / O conference will bring a new version of the Android – Android 13 operating system, and the Android 13 developer preview version is already online, and models from the Google Pixel series can try this operating system.
Compared to Android 12, Android 13 will further strengthen privacy protection. Users can allow apps to get certain permissions for photos or videos, so they don’t have to worry about their privacy leaking when apps get all permissions.
Moreover, Android 13 devices can avoid sharing personal location information when connecting to nearby devices via Wi-Fi, which effectively prevents access to user location information.
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Consumers can expect Google to launch the official Android 13 update in the second half of the year, and the Google Pixel will be the first series of models to test the official version of the updated operating system.