#Android 13

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Week Rewind 89: Last Week in a Quick Snap

Week Rewind 89, you will get all the quick rewinds of last week, including hot topics and new innovations. Last week from 21st November 2022 to 27th November 2022, was a wonderful week in terms o

Samsung Galaxy M54 with Exynos 1380 surfaces in benchmarks

Earlier, the Galaxy M54 was reported to come with a flagship-grade Snapdragon 888 mobile platform. Unfortunately, that’s not the truth. Yesterday, the forthcoming Samsung mid-range smartpho

Download One UI 5.0 – Android 13 for Samsung Galaxy devices

Samsung has yet to announce an official list of eligible Galaxy devices to get the Android 13 update, but it’s expected that current-gen flagships will receive their stable OTAs before the end o

Week Rewind 80: Last Week in a Quick Snap

Week Rewind 80, you will get all the quick rewinds of last week, including hot topics and new innovations. Last week from 8th August 2022 to 14th August 2022, was a wonderful week in terms of a few ne

Android 13 Is Now Officially Available for Pixel Phones

Google released the next version of Android on 15 August 2022, known to be Android 13. As per past records, we have seen almost the same trend with the version of Android released in the fall of the y

Week Rewind 69: Last Week in a Quick Snap

Week Rewind 69, you will get all the quick rewinds of last week, including hot topics and new innovations. Last week from 23rd May 2022 to 29th May 2022,  was a wonderful week in terms of a few n

Android 13 developer preview first update released

This initial preview release is for developers only and not intended for daily or consumer use, so we're making it available by manual download only. Once you’ve manually install

Google Android 13 On the Way !

Google is presently working on developing its coming mobile operating system, Android 13. While we don't anticipate Google to release its Android 13 trials for another month, some features of the for

Android 12 Codename Revealed !

Google has officially verified the sticky codename of its latest mobile OS Android 12, and it’s not a total surprise. Google abandoned its habit of attributing alphabetically sequenced cate name