Android 13 Statue Is Now A Part Of Google's Mountain View Campus

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Google has set up the Android 13 statue over at its Mountain View campus. It is customary for Google to erect a new statue with every major Android release, and this one is not an exception.

Android 13 statue is now alive at kicking over at Google’s campus

If you take a look at the provided image, you’ll see that this statue includes a swing. The number ‘3’ is swinging, while the number ‘1’ is placed above it. They’re laid out horizontally, as you can see.

The image you can see above the article has been shared by a Twitter user ‘Rahul Ravikumar’. Dieter Bohn, a former The Verge reporter that now works for Google, did the same.


What’s also interesting here, is that the blue rod has the word “thirteen” inscribed in 13 different languages. On top of that, you’ll also find a 4-bit binary language engraved on it.

Do note that there is also an AR version of this statue available. That version is available via Google’s Android website. You can simply tap the ‘View in 3D’ button and check it out through your Android phone’s screen.

Android 13 started rolling out a couple of days ago

Android 13 started rolling out recently. Well, its stable build started rolling out. It’s now hitting Google’s Pixel smartphones, ranging from the Pixel 4 series all the way to the Pixel 6 series.


Not everyone received their update just yet, as Google said it may take a couple of weeks for that to happen. Android 13 is not a huge overhaul of the OS, but it does bring around 150 bug fixes, and some new features.

This update is supposed to polish the experience, and offer some new software features to users. Thus far, on our devices, the update seems to be working really well. That goes for the Pixel 4a, 6, 6 Pro, and 6a, where we tried running it.