OPPO Reno8 series will get ColorOS 13 in September

Android 13-based ColorOS 13 launchRecently, OPPO invited a select group of customers to participate in the upcoming ColorOS 13 beta. Now, OPPO has made the beta test for its operating system, which is based on Android 13, available to a wider audience.

There will be numerous rounds of slots available for you to attempt again, despite the fact that the slot is only accessible for a maximum of 1,000 users and is restricted to users of the Oppo Find N, Oppo Find X5, and Find X5 Pro.

This is not limited to users in China; users from Australia, France, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam are also able to enroll with the devices stated above.

On the other side, we have some encouraging news for those of you who are unable to get your hands on the beta version of the game.

An insider in the mobile business has provided 91mobiles with information regarding the global launch of the Android 13-based ColorOS 13 and the availability of the operating system for the OPPO Reno8 line of smartphones. Let’s look into it, shall we?

Android 13-based ColorOS 13 launch

The Android 13-based ColorOS 13 will reportedly make its global debut this month, i.e., in the month of August 2022, according to our source. In September, an update to ColorOS 13 based on Android 13 will be made available to owners of the most recent OPPO Reno8 series smartphones.

It is quite easy to sign your phone up for the beta test of the Android 13-based ColorOS 13 operating system (via). Be sure to create a backup of your data before installing the beta update on your phone.

Now is the time to upgrade your OPPO Find N to version A.20/A.22, your OPPO X5 to version A.18, and your OPPO X5 Pro to version A.20/A.21. The next step is to go into your device’s settings, select “About device,” and then select “Trial versions”.┬áHere, you will enter your information to be considered for a spot in the public beta test.

Due to the fact that it is a beta version, it is likely to contain bugs. OPPO has provided a list of problems that are already well-known and are waiting for a fix. The Near Field Communication (NFC) feature of the OPPO Find N will occasionally malfunction, requiring a restart.

The OPPO Find X5 series is plagued by problems with pixelated icons and menus. In addition, banking applications are not yet compatible with Android version 13.

 

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