Android 13 Sources Released To AOSP

Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 15 August 2022 at 01:36 PM EDT. 17 Comments
GOOGLE --
Google announced today that the Android 13 sources have been published to the Android Open-Source Project as part of officially releasing this newest version of Android.

Android 13 brings security improvements, UI/theme refinements, productivity enhancements, OpenJDK 11 LTS updates, ART optimizations, improved garbage collection, and a variety of other evolutionary changes.

Android 13 is initially rolling out to Google Pixel devices while later in the year will begin appearing on more devices from other vendors.


More details on the Android 13 release and AOSP availability via the Android Developers blog.
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