Android 13 is boring, and that’s why it’s (almost) perfect

It’s definitely an interesting time of year, as we have some new phones to play with, and more on the way over the next couple of months. But between all that, Google went ahead and surprised everyone by releasing Android 13 earlier this month.

We originally expected the final version of Android 13 to accompany the official launch of Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel Watch. Fortunately, Google decided that Pixel owners weren’t going to have to wait any longer, giving us a new version of Android “sooner” than what we’ve grown accustomed to.

Not much has changed, aesthetically

Android 13 logo on Pixel 6 with Tiramisu dessert in the foreground

(Image credit: Alex Dobie/Android Central)

You’d probably be hard pressed to tell the difference between Android 12 and Android 13. Last year’s release was groundbreaking in many ways, with the introduction of Material You. This is an attempt to make theming on your phone easier and more consistent, without needing to worry about what’s going on with third-party launchers or finding a good icon pack.

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