What it offers when Google finally brings Android 13 Beta to Android TV

What it offers when Google finally brings Android 13 Beta to Android TV

Tech Highlights:

  • ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Is The Latest Smartphone With An Under-Display Camera: All Details Google is expected to tweak the features for smart TV users with Android 13 but for now, the release caters to basic changes that include interface and a few other settings. Having said that, the Android 13 interface doesn’t look a lot different from what we saw on Android 12. Jio Game Controller With Bluetooth Support And 8 Hour Battery Life Launched: Price, Specifications. Sony Bravia X75K 4K TV Series With Dolby Audio Launched In India: Price And More Details

  • Although Android 13 is already making its way to tablets and smartphones, very little is known about the platform for smart TVs. The Google TV, also known as Android TV, will now be powered by the Android 13 Beta, which Google has finally released. The Android 13 beta release demonstrates the new user interface for Android TV-enabled smart TVs and streaming devices. To test the future Android TV version, developers and beta testers can push the beta version to compatible smart TVs using an emulator.

Over the next few months, Google should make some useful additions to the smart TV platform, which has severely lacked tools over the past few years. And unlike smartphones, Android TV does not have a strong software cycle for smart TVs, which leaves millions running on the outdated version. Companies have mostly switched to newer models, which puts the older ones at various security risks. Google must look at this wayward software setup from its partners and other manufacturers. Google I/O Starts Tomorrow: Here’s What To Expect At Google’s Developer Conference

According to a report from display analyst Ross Young, it will be difficult for users to get their hands on a new iPhone 14 Max in the early days due to the shortage in supply. Young claims that the panel shipments for the new iPhone models are “way behind” schedule. Given that the iPhone 14 Max will have a unique display component, it might be further delayed. While the iPhone 14 Max will have the same screen size as the iPhone 14 Pro Max, its panel will lack Apple’s ProMotion technology. Young’s claims are backed by supply chain data, a report in 9to5Mac had said.

And with the Google I/O 2022 keynote happening in less than 24 hours, expect Google to detail the new features and upgrades with the Android 13 TV version. WATCH VIDEO: Xiaomi 11T Pro 5G Review: New Flagship Killer Smartphone Under Rs 40,000 As reported earlier, Android TV 13 testing out the picture-in-picture mode, and we are hoping Google has worked out the issues at the code level to make the feature work on the latest display ratios, something that has changed dramatically in the past two years.

The iPhone 14 Max will be the first time Apple will launch a large-screen vanilla iPhone. The iPhone 14 Max will sit between the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, and will replace the iPhone ‘Mini’ models that we saw with the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13. Apple is discontinuing the Mini iPhone due to disappointing sales, and an increasing demand for larger screen phones. For iPhone users, the only option so far is buying the top-spec Pro Max models if they want a bigger screen. With the iPhone 14 Max, Apple will give us an option for getting a big-screen iPhone, without having to pay the premium for the top-end variant.

Apple iPhone 14 series is expected to be launched in September this year with several changes. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models are rumoured to be the firstiPhones to ditch the notch in favour of a pill-shaped hole-punch display. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are also going to be the only iPhone 14 series models to come with the new A16 Bionic chip, while the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max may come with a bumped-up version of the A15 Bionic chipset. Apple is also expected to launch the next-gen Apple Watch Series 8 alongside the iPhone 14 series.

We will be happy to hear your thoughts

      Leave a reply

      Tech Reviews, News and Guides
      Logo