Check the internal dessert codename for Android 13

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Google is preparing to release a public version of Android 12 later this year, but the company is already moving forward with the next Android version. Also, the Android version of dessert names has been publicly given up, but Google uses them as internal codenames. That’s why the next-generation Android version, publicly called Android 13, was initially internally called a “T.” However, according to a recent report, the Mountain View giant has settled on the name – Tiramisu..

Well, as we already know, before releasing Android 10, Google gave the Android version a dessert name. It started with Android 1.5, which was called cupcake at the time, and continued to Android 9, which was officially called Android Pie. Since Android 10, Google has started using dessert names internally. For example, the company internally called Android 10 Quince Tart, Android 11 Red Velvet Cake, and Android 12 Snow Cone. That’s why, according to a recent effort on AOSP (Android Open Source Project) Gerrit, Google named it Android 13 after the coffee-flavored Italian dessert Tiramisu.

Recently, open source enthusiast Chirayu Desai (@_cdesai On Twitter), and reported by XDA developer, Google updated internal codename Next Android version from “T” to Tiramisu.. This is the first time Google has mentioned the internal codename of Android 13.

Google's Android 13 “T” has Tiramisu's internal dessert codename

Well, there is no other information about the next generation Android OS at this time, except for the internal codename of Android 13. The company recently released Android 12 Beta 3 for beta testers and plans to release a public version of Android 12 in September or October.