Enrolling your phone for the Android 13-based ColorOS 13 beta (via) is very simple. Before you update your phone to beta, make a backup of your data. Now, update your OPPO Find N to A.20/A.22, OPPO X5 to A.18, and OPPO X5 Pro to A.20/A.21. Next, open Settings – About device – Trial versions, and fill up your details for a slot for the public beta test.
If, however, you are unable to access the beta, we do have some good news for you. A source in the industry informed 91mobiles today about the global release of ColorOS 13, which is based on Android 13, and its compatibility with the OPPO Reno8 series. Let’s look at it. Our source claims that the ColorOS 13 operating system, which is based on Android 13, will go on sale this month, in August 2022. In September, owners of the most recent OPPO Reno8 series phones will receive a ColorOS 13 update based on Android 13.
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It’s a beta version means it would be buggy. OPPO has listed issues that are known and await a patch. The OPPO Find N’s NFC occasionally crashes and forces a restart. The OPPO Find X5 series’ faces blurry icons and menu issues. Additionally, banking apps do not yet work with Android 13. Owners of iPhones who want to get the greatest price for their handset should think about selling it now because prices may drop in a month. We use your sign-up to better understand you and to deliver content in ways you’ve authorised. According to our understanding,