Android 13 QPR1 beta was released. This preview shows what’s coming for the next Pixel Update. Google is currently working on improving the operating system. The update will include a lot more features that will eventually be made available to the public. To ensure the features are functioning properly, the update has been made accessible for testing on compatible smartphones. Android 13 is now available for all Pixel smartphones. According to Mishaal, Esper Senior Technical Editor Mishaal rehman tweeted that Google is developing new features for the upcoming Pixel Feature Drop. Rehman also mentions a few features that were rumoured to be coming, but did not find space in the Android 13 QPR1 Beta update. This update comes with the Google Play System Update (October 2022). Citing developer Kuba Wojciechowski, Rehman mentions that Wojciechowski found two animations which tease presumed Google Pixel Tablet (rumoured to be a hybrid Nest Hub detachable) as well as a tablet working while charging.The second major feature in the Android 13 QPR1 beta update is the presence of spatial audio — a technology that captures audio signals and applies directional audio filters to create a more immersive soundscape with compatible devices. This feature is supported by select Apple devices. Furthermore, there seems to be a new toggle in developer options to “enable Bluetooth LE audio”. Rehman mentions that the feature can only be turned on if the device supports LE Audio.In Android 13 QPR1 beta update, he also found Opus (and LC3) available codecs in the Bluetooth Audio Codec selection, which are likely to be for BT Classic Audio streams, the developer says.As per the Android 13 QPR1 beta update, Google is also working on a feature called “clear calling” that is said to reduce background noises during calls. It reportedly works “for most mobile networks” but it’s “not available for Wi-Fi calling” and contents from your calls are “not sent to Google,” Rehman notes.There is a new “Safety Center” which is nothing but unified security and privacy settings. The rumoured Face Unlock feature on the Pixel 6 Pro is not mentioned. Furthermore, Android 13 will show warranty on the device (this could be a Google Pixel-exclusive feature) as well as “Battery health” information on the basis of performance.