In the US, Samsung makes Android 13 beta available for the Galaxy S21 series.

Although Android 13 won’t be fully available on Samsung devices for a while, progress is being made. After recently debuting in other places, the Android 13 beta is now available for the Galaxy S21 series in the United States as of this week.

Early in August, Samsung released the Android 13 beta in the United States, but only for the Galaxy S22, S22, and S22 Ultra. The Galaxy S21, S21, and S21 Ultra have now been added to the Android 13/One UI 5 beta program.

The Samsung Members app in the United States was showing the banner when the upgrade was first noticed on Reddit earlier today. The T-Mobile carrier version, which has occasionally been made available in earlier beta programs, is not eligible for the beta; only models that have been unlocked are.

This first beta release appears to be a little bit more recent than what was made available in the UK and South Korea a few weeks ago, as the people at Droid-Life have noted. The last digit of the build is ZVIA.

The following? The Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 are anticipated to be the first devices from Samsung’s foldable range to receive access to an Android 13 beta. The update includes redesigned app icons for select home screens, enhanced text recognition, Privacy Detection when sharing photographs with private information, and more.

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