[Update: Open Beta Program announced] Android 13 early access now live for Realme GT, GT Neo 2, and Narzo 50

Realme has just announced the Android 13 early access program for three models. Realme GT 5G, Realme GT Neo 2 5G, and Realme Narzo 50 5G are the latest Realme phones to get the taste of Android 13. Obviously, the update brings a stack of new features and changes. If you want to try out the early access on your Realme smartphone, then you can take a part in the closed beta program.

Realme officially shared the information about the beta program on its community forum. According to the details, the company mentioned that all three models need to be running on the latest available software version.

  • Realme GT 5G should be running on RMX2202_11.C.25
  • Realme GT Neo 2 5G should be running on RMX3370_11.C.09
  • Realme Narzo 50 5G should be running on RMX3571_11.A.07 / RMX3571_11.A.08 / RMX3571_11.A.10

Whether you own Realme GT 5G, Realme GT Neo 2 5G, or Realme Narzo 50 5G, then make sure your phone needs to be running on any of the above-mentioned software versions. If your phone is on the latest version, then can take a part in the early access program. The beta is already available for the developers, it will be expanded to public beta testers through an open beta build in the coming days, and later the stable build will be released to everyone.

Moving to the features and changes, then Realme announces the Android 13 early access with features like aquamorphic design elements, more new color palettes, new Quantum Engine 4.0, optimized font for better readability, optimized widget design, large folders for the home screen, new editing tools for the screenshot, Bitmoji support for AOD, improved Hyperboost GPA 4.0 for gaming, and more.

If you own any of three Realme phones and want to try out Android 13 on your phone, then make sure your phone is running on the newest available software, then go to the Software Update in Settings and tap on gear icon at the top right corner, then select Trial version and enter the required details.

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Make sure to take a backup of important data before updating your device to the new software. Also, charge your device to at least 50%. You can also roll back to Android 12 stable version in the future if you want, the steps are listed on Realme’s community forum post, steps for Realme GT 5G, GT Neo 2, and Narzo 50.

December 23: Open Beta Program goes live for Narzo 50 and GT 5G

Today, Realme announced the Android 13 based Realme UI 4.0 open beta program for Realme Narzo 50 5G and Realme GT 5G.

The company says Realme GT 5G needs to be updated on any of these software versions – RMX2202_11.C.25, RMX2202_11.C.27.

Realme Narzo 50 5G users make sure that their phone is running on RMX3571_11.A.07, RMX3571_11.A.08, or RMX3571_11.A.10 software version.

If your phone is running on updated software, then you can apply for the open beta program by going to the Software update settings.

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