Google doubled the minimum amount of OSI required to launch Android 13

Google doubled the minimum amount of OSI required to launch Android 13

In mid-August, Google began to distribute a stable version of Android 13.

Android 8, Android 9 and Android 10 required 512 Gbytes of operational memory. With the emergence of Android 11, the minimum requirements for the size of an OSI have doubled to 1 Gbyte. The same memory is required for Android 12. Here, Android 13 requires at least 2 Gbyte RAM.

With regard to the capacity of the built-in flash drive, in the case of Android 13, it should be at least 16 Gbytes; however, it is now difficult to find a new smartphone on the market that does not meet these requirements. What innovations have been introduced in the Android 13 operating system can be found in our material.