Prior to the release of the subsequent preview, Google changed the Android Beta Program website on Monday and hinted about Android 14. Currently, the Pixel 4 and 4 XL are officially removed from the Android 13 Beta Program due to another update.
A list of compatible devices was missing from the initial page update, although there is a FAQ at one has been added that is likely up to date for Android 13 QPR1 (Quarterly Platform Release).
Photin 4a Photin 4a (5G) Pixel 5a and Pixel 5 Pixel 6 Pixel 6a Pixel 6 Pro The absence of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL is understandable given that Android 13 QPR1 will become stable in December. The final guaranteed Android version and security upgrades for Google’s 2019 flagships are this October . On paper, the Pixel 4 is more powerful than the smartphones that follow it, so it’s still terrible.
When the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are released, they will most likely be included in the Android Beta Program.
After the first release of Android 13, the Pixel 4 should receive two additional monthly upgrades (and potentially a third to round things out). These updates should hopefully fix any remaining glitches.