In Android 13, users will be able to adjust the intensity of their flashlights, and Bluetooth LE audio will be supported. By using the latter, users of Android 13 devices will be able to listen to audio through their headphones or hearing aids without consuming excessive battery power. There is a new photo picker tool on the way to Android 13 that will offer “a safe way for users to pick media files” without granting apps access to their entire collection of media.
In addition to Android 12L, which is designed for larger-screened Android devices. As per reports the first Developer Preview for Android 13 is also pointing to upcoming features for large-screen smartphones and tablets.
Android 13 Tablet features:
By using the Hub Mode, users will be able to share apps across different profiles on Android. This isn’t possible at present. A user of a multiple-profiled, “shared” Android tablet will be able to share apps. Yes, that too without having to log in under another user’s name and password, or by switching profiles.
For work, school, and entertainment, many families shared tablets during the pandemic. Hence, Android 13 focuses on a shared tablet experience. A trusted network can also be created with Hub Mode that forces users to connect to it in order to use Hub Mode.
Android 13 DP1 code also indicates that the operating system’s screen saver will be overhauled. The navigation bar on a tablet device is reportedly being developed with a “kids mode”. It will prevent children from exiting their current tasks. They might not appreciate that, but they might enjoy some of the improvements to gaming that are allegedly being developed for Android slates.
There are rumors that certain Android phone manufacturers, such as Oppo, Realme, and Xiaomi, are planning to release tablets. Google should get Android into shape so it looks and works great on these devices.
Users of Android devices will soon be able to view app ratings. Those are submitted by users with similar devices in the Google Play Store. This means that a tablet user would see ratings for an app specifically left by other Android tablet users. It’s ingenious because some apps and games work better on tablets than on phones, and vice versa.