CAMON 19 Pro 5G; TECNO among the First Smartphones to introduce Android 13 Beta in the upcoming device

TECNO is one of the first smartphone manufacturers to release the Android 13 Beta. TECNO has a history of introducing cutting-edge technology to its customers, and the upcoming CAMON 19 Pro 5G is no exception.

Google introduced Android 13 Beta 2 at Google I/O 2022, which took place from May 11 to 12. TECNO, a global leader in creative technology, has announced that the Android 13 Beta Program will be available in its latest CAMON 19 Pro (5G), giving consumers greater performance, privacy, and security. For other Camon customers, TECNO has announced that their CAMON 18 series would be updated to Android 12.

“The TECNO CAMON 19 Pro (5G) with Android 13 Beta will undoubtedly let our users to be among the first to access new features and delight them,” TECNO’s “Stop At Nothing” philosophy attempts to encourage customers to explore endless possibilities in order to become early adopters of the current technology.

The CAMON 19 Pro (5G) is believed to be a high-performance smartphone aimed at young fashionistas, with TECNO’s industry-leading night portrait capabilities at its core.

Key improvements in Android 13 include:

Stricter Notification Permission – Android products are built on the ideas of privacy and user trust. Android 13 adds POST NOTIFICATIONS, a new runtime permission, to allow users more flexibility over which notifications they want to receive. This implies that before sending notifications, apps must first ask users for permission.

Android 13 adds support for COLR version 1 (spec, intro video) typefaces and upgrades the system emoji to the COLRv1 format. COLRv1 is a new typeface format that is extremely small and renders swiftly and crisply at any size. Beginning with Developer Preview 2, COLRv1 can be used in the app.

Convenient Text Conversion API — Android 13 now allows apps to use the new text conversion API, making it easier for users to find the content they need.

Upgraded Bluetooth LE Audio — With Low Energy (LE) audio, users may share and broadcast their audio to others, as well as subscribe to public broadcasts for information, entertainment, and more, all while effortlessly switching between use cases.

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