OPPO recently let a small number of users join the ColorOS 13 beta. Now, OPPO has allowed more people take part in the beta test for their Android 13-based OS. This isn’t just for people in China; people from Australia, France, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam can also sign up with the devices listed above. You can only use the slot if you have an Oppo Find N, Oppo Find X5, or Oppo Find X5 Pro, and only 1,000 people will be able to use it. However, you can try again and again. Follow Stoptechy for more news.
But we have good news for you if you can’t get your hands on the beta. A source in the industry told 91mobiles today that the Android 13-based ColorOS 13 released worldwide and available for the OPPO Reno8 series. Let’s check it out.
Based on Android 13 ColorOS 13 launch
Our source says that ColorOS 13, which is based on Android 13, will go global this month, in August 2022. In September, people with the latest phones in the OPPO Reno8 series get an update called ColorOS 13 based on Android 13.
It’s easy to sign up your phone for the ColorOS 13 beta (via), which is based on Android 13. Make a copy of your data before you switch your phone to beta. Update your OPPO Find N to version A.20/A.22, your OPPO X5 to version A.18. Your OPPO X5 Pro to version A.20/A.21. Next, go to Settings > About device > Trial versions and fill out your information for a spot in the public beta test.
Since it’s a beta version, it’s likely to have bugs. OPPO made a list of known problems that need to be fixed. The NFC on the OPPO Find N sometimes stops working, which forces the phone to restart. The OPPO Find X5 series has problems with menus and icons that are hard to see. Also, there are no banking apps that work with Android 13 yet.