If you are interested in trying Android 13 Beta 1 and have a supported Google Pixel smartphone; you can go to the Android Beta Program website and register your device from the link below. Note that the program is only for Pixel phones.
Following two Developer Previews released in February and March, respectively; Today, Google launched the first Android 13 beta for public testing. And as always, the Android beta version is much easier to install than the developer preview versions.
If you are interested in trying Android 13 Beta 1 and have a supported Google Pixel smartphone; from the link below You can go to the Android Beta Program website and register your device. Note that the program is only for Pixel phones.
Then you will get Android 13 Beta 1 as a wireless software update in a few minutes. Future beta versions will come to you wirelessly, just like regular software updates, and the same goes for the latest version of Android 13 when it’s fully cooked and ready to come out of the oven. If you’re already running a Developer Preview build of Android 13, you can also get the first beta (and later) wirelessly.
Next month at the Google I/O developer conference; The company will share more details about Android 13 along with more new features, and we expect the second beta to arrive at that exact time to showcase the newly introduced things.