New Android 13 QPR1 beta feature allows battery share to turn on automatically

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Credit: Ryan Haines / Android Authority
  • Google’s Android 13 QPR1 beta update has been made available for a variety of handsets.
  • The beta introduces a new option for battery share.
  • The new option allows battery share to turn on automatically when the phone is plugged in and senses another device.

The third Android 13 Quarterly Platform Release (QPR) 1 beta has made its way to a variety of handsets, including the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. Along with this update comes a few new features, including a new option that can automatically turn Battery Share on.

As people begin installing the new Android 13 QPR1 beta 3 update, users are discovering a few new features that it has brought. One feature we’ve covered is the addition of Clear Calling. According to Android Police, the update has also added a new note-taking shortcut likely meant for the Pixel Tablet and new experimental folder animations. Along with these features, there is a new option for Battery Share.


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