Freshly marketed by Google, the Pixel 6a is an alternative to mid-range smartphones under €500. And if it is not without compromise, the device hits the mark, thanks in particular to a neat photo component and balanced performance. The smartphone was released at the end of July running Android 12, the latest stable version of the operating system available, but will be stepping up a gear very soon.
As a Pixel, the 6a is front and center to benefit from Google’s latest upgrades. And less than a week after its launch, the device has just appeared in the list of smartphones eligible for the installation of the Android 13 beta. The manipulation to access it is the same as for other compatible smartphones ( Pixel since generation 4 and some models from partner brands). All you have to do is, once connected to your Google account, go to the page Android Beta, select your smartphone there, and then download the upgrade to your mobile. Remember, however, that this is not a final version of the operating system, and that it is likely to encounter some malfunctions.
If we are to believe the latest information published by Google on its site dedicated to Android, it may well be that the final version of Android 13 will be available as early as September, at least in AOSP version. Not surprisingly, however, since “Beta 4 is the last update before the official release of Android 13, which will arrive in the coming weeks”, says the Mountain View firm. It will accompany the release of the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, high-end smartphones that we have already glimpsed before their presentation.
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