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Google Won’t Launch Android 13 Before September

We will have to wait for the final rollout of Android 13. The official release of the new Android version will take a while, as is clear from new messages.

Android 13 is delayed

The first beta version of Android 13, or the test version of the new Android version, was released earlier than previous years. In addition, there were also only two developer preview versions of the new Android 13. For some time it was hoped that the final version of Android 13 would also appear earlier than it was previously the case with previous Android versions.

However, the latter does not seem to be the case. This means that we can only expect Android 13 in September at the earliest. The release notes of the new update seem to speak of a September launch. The text contains the text;

“Android 13, as released on AOSP, has a default security patch level of 2022-09-01. Android devices running Android 13 and with a security patch level of 2022-09-01 or later address all issues contained in these security release notes.”

So here is talking about the security update of September, which therefore suggests that the new Android version will be released in that month. It may also be that Google has other plans and that the Android version will not come until October. Android 12 came in October, while Android 11 and Android 10 were announced in September. See also this article with new Android 13 features.

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