- It is now reported that the operating system will feature a new audio capability
- Android 13 is also reported to feature a new output picker
- Google is expected to roll out Android 13 in August or September this year
The search engine giant Google is working on its upcoming Android 13 operating system and we are hearing about the same in the form of leaks and rumours. It was recently reported that the upcoming Android 13 will feature a new output picker and the same is related to the media buttons. Well, now we got a new piece of information that suggests the operating system will feature a new audio capability. So let’s get into the article to check out the complete details of the newly surfaced information about the upcoming version of the Android Operating System.
It is required that the upcoming Android 13 will offer a new feature that could allow moving media playback between devices and the same is expected to be similar to Apple’s Handoff feature that will make iPhone owners transfer media to HomePod speakers.
The upcoming feature is believed to be powered by Google’s Casting protocol, and the same is used in its Chromecast devices and the smart speakers of Google.
Android 13 is still months away as the company usually rolls out a new version of its operating system in the late days of August or in the early days of September. Well, that means we will get more details about the same in the coming days and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for more interesting information from the technological world at your fingertips.
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