Coinciding with the release of the Android 13 beta 3.3, Google has just released the Easter egg for this version of Android.
Google has accustomed us to hiding Easter-eggs in some of its applications such as Google Maps or Google Search and also in each new version of Android and this last one we have compiled everything from Android 2.3 to Android 12 in this complete guide.
Well, just today, taking advantage of the launch of the third part of the third beta of Android 13, the Mountain View-based company has finally unveiled the Easter-egg of the latest version of its mobile operating system.
Android 13’s easter egg is full of emojis
As revealed by the specialized media 9to5Google, Android 13 Beta 3.3 brings with it a very colorful Easter-egg filled with emojis.
If you have already installed the latest Android 13 beta on your Google Pixel, you can activate this Easter-egg by following a few simple steps:
- Access your pixel settings
- Enter the Phone Information section
- Click the Android Version button
- Repeatedly click on the same button until the analog clock widget appears
- Move the hands of said clock so that they mark 1:00 p.m.
Once done, the same Android 12 logo will appear but with the number 13 surrounded by a series of bubbles and when you tap on them they will be replaced by different emojis such as melted faces, colored hearts, sea animals, signs of the zodiac, the faces of kittens, chimpanzees, UFOs, moons or fruits.
There’s even a really cool option that pops up when you click on the bubbles that combines emojis of turtles with those of king crowns and stars.
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The stable version of Android 13 should arrive in September, coinciding with the launch of the new flagships of the American giant, the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
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