Google has started a new Beta 1 survey for the Android 13 software. The survey aims to ask and receive the feedback of developers and Android beta program users for the latest version of Android. As a result, the feedback would help to add improvements to the firmware, if any.
Recently, the US manufacturer launched the first beta packet of the major Android 13 firmware. Initially, the beta update rolled out for only Pixel smartphones. Moreover, the update went out to the early consumers via the OTA medium to test the compatibility of the software with the devices.
Currently, the beta 1 survey for Google Android 13 is going on live for the beta testers. Here is how the official webpage of Google describes the survey:
Through this survey, users are asked about what they experience with the new software. Besides, users have to rate their satisfaction level regarding the various fields of the device. For instance, Stability, Performance, Battery, Device Temperature, Camera, BlueTooth, Call Quality, Messaging, Wi-Fi Connectivity, Data Connectivity, App Experience, Authentication (face/fingerprint), and Charging.
Furthermore, it asks you to choose the software version, your device, and the “top issue area”. According to your choice, it proceeds to the overall experience and then the “additional feedback on your experience”.