Android 13 has been available since August 2022. However, not all Android smartphones will get the new update. We tell you whether your phone is included.
Android 13 for these smartphones
Android 13 is ready after six months of development. The new operating system was released on 15 August. As always, Google’s Pixel smartphones will receive the update first. Over time, the other smartphone manufacturers will follow suit.
- Google Pixel: All Generation 4, 5 and 6 models will receive the update.
- Samsung: All S22, S21 and S20 series devices, Note20 models, Galaxy Z Fold, Fold 2, Fold3; Flip, Flip 3. Also A72, A52, A33, A53, A51, A71
- Nokia: Nokia XR20, X20, X10, G21, G20, G11, G10
- Huawei: The smartphone manufacturer from China is still affected by US sanctions, so the smartphones will not receive an Android 13 update. Huawei is working on its own operating system, Harmony OS, to replace Android on smartphones.
- OnePlus: OnePlus 10T and 10 Pro; 9, 9 Pro; 8, 8T and 8 Pro; 7, 7 Pro, 7T and 7T Pro; OnePlus North CE2, CE 2 Lite; OnePlus North 2 and 2T
- Asus: Asus Zenfone 8 and 8 Flip, Zenfone 9
- Realme: Realme GT 2, GT2 Pro
- Xiaomi: Xiaomi Mi 12, 12 Lite, 12 Pro, 11, 11 Lite, 11i, 11 Ultra, 11 T, 11T Pro
- Oppo (Xiaomi): All Oppo Find X3 and X5 series devices, and all Oppo Reno 6, 7 and 8 series devices, A77 5G, A96
- Redmi (Xiaomi): All Note 11 Note 10 and Note 9 series devices
- Poco (Xiaomi): Poco F4 and F4 GT; F3 and F3 GT
- Motorola: Motorola Edge 30 Pro, Edge 20, Edge 20 Pro and Edge 20 Lite; Moto G200 5G, Moto G100
- ZTE: ZTE Axon 40 Pro