Android 13 Stable Update goes live for Realme 10; Early Access for three other phones

Realme has been regularly rolling out Android 13 based Realme UI 4.0 for its devices. Recently the company has released Android 13 including Early Access and Open Beta for many of its phones. Realme 10 is now the latest Realme phone to receive the stable Android 13 and Realme UI 4 update.

Along with the stable Android 13, three Realme phones are getting Android 13 early access. These phones are Realme Narzo 50A, Realme C25s and Realme 8 Pro. The Stable update is available to everyone in batches, while the Early Access is the first build for beta testing and may contain bugs.

Realme 10 Android 13 update is rolling out with build number RMX3630_11.C.04. This is the first big major update. And it comes in a big size. If you are a Realme 10 user then make sure you update to the required version RMX3630_11.A.27 | RMX3630_11.A.28 to receive the latest Android 13 and Realme UI 4.0 update.

The Early Access Application for Narzo 50A, Realme C25s, and Realme 8 Pro is open starting today. So if you have any of the three phones and want to try the goodness of Android 13 and Realme UI 4.0 you can submit your application directly from your phone. Before applying you need to make sure your phone is running on the required version.

Realme Narzo 50A – RMX3430_11.C.14 | RMX3430_11.C.16
Realme C25s – RMX3197_11.C.14 | RMX3197_11.C.16
Realme 8 Pro – RMX3081_11.C.25 | RMX3081_11.C.26

To apply for Android 13 early access, you can open Settings and then navigate to Software Update. Tap on three dots and select Trial versions > Early Acces > Apply Now and then Submit. After applying for early access, you will receive the update.

Talking about new features, the Android 13 based Realme UI 4.0 brings features such as Aquamorphic Design, a new type of Always on Display, new media controls, Screencast optimization, improved privacy & security, and more. You can check more features here.

Before upgrading your phone make sure to back up all important data and charge your phone to at least 50%.

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