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T-Mobile commits to Android 13 updates on these phones


Android 13 has been out for a couple of months now. The latest major version of Android is currently available for Pixel devices, but people with other phones are wondering when, or if, the update will land on their devices. Well, if you subscribe to T-Mobile for cell service, you'll be glad to know the carrier has just published a list detailing which of its phones are getting Android 13 — so if you haven't heard a lot from your phone's manufacturer, your carrier is at least coming through for you.

T-Mobile has published a rundown of the Android phones with an Android 13 build currently in development. It shows some obvious ones, like the Galaxy S22 range which is set to get One UI 5 very soon, as well as quite a few low-end devices in Samsung's recent catalogue. OnePlus phones and tablets also make the cut as well as T-Mobile's own REVVL V+.

The full list of T-Mobile smartphones with a confirmed update to Android 13 can be read here:

  • Samsung Galaxy S22 series (S22 / S22+ / S22 Ultra)
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 series (S21 / S21+ / S21 Ultra)
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 FE
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 series (S20 / S20+ / S20 Ultra)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series (Note 20 / Note 20 Ultra)
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Samsung Galaxy A71
  • Samsung Galaxy A53
  • Samsung Galaxy A52
  • Samsung Galaxy A51
  • Samsung Galaxy A32
  • Samsung Galaxy A23
  • Samsung Galaxy A13
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series (Tab S8 / Tab S8+)
  • OnePlus 9 series (OnePlus 9 / 9 Pro)
  • OnePlus 8T+
  • OnePlus 8
  • OnePlus 7T
  • OnePlus Nord N200
  • T-Mobile REVVL V+

Do note that if your device doesn't show up in the above list, it doesn't necessarily mean that it won't get an update to Android 13 at all. Sometimes a device or two gets added onto the list late in the cycle. Ultimately, though, the ball's in your OEM's court, not just on T-Mobile's — the carrier just validates the update whenever it's released by the manufacturer and then rolls it out.

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