Oppo releases Android 13 Beta for Reno6, Reno5 and Reno5 Marvel Edition

Oppo continues to roll out beta and stable Android 13 updates for its devices. Three more Oppo phones are now getting Android 13 based ColorOS 13 beta version. The device list includes the Oppo Reno 5, Oppo Reno 5 Marvel Edition, and the Oppo Reno 6.

Earlier this month, the company shared the ColorOS 13 roadmap for this month. And as per the roadmap, all three phones were supposed to get the beta update s February 28, which means the company is ahead of schedule.

The Pro models of the Reno 5 and Reno 6 have already received the Android 13 update, and so now it’s time for the standard models. The Android 13 beta program for the Reno 5, Reno 5 Marvel Edition, and Reno 6 is available in Indonesia. And it is expected to be available in other regions soon.

The beta program is open for limited users and the limit is 5000 seats for Reno6 and 5000 seats for the other two phones. Users with eligible phones can apply for the beta program starting from February 24 to March 3.

There are many reasons to try the beta update and many not. Beta updates could have some major bugs but at the same time, it contains many new features as well. Some of the main features of ColorOS 13 and Android 13 are Aquamorphic design, improved animations, new app icons, support for big widgets and big folder on the home screen, per app language preference, notification permission for each app, and many other features. Along with new features, you can also expect update in the security patch level.

If you are an Oppo Reno5, Reno 5 Marvel Edition, or Reno 6 user in Indonesia, you can opt for the Android 13 beta program. But before that, you need to make sure that your phone is updated to the latest official version C.15/C.16.

To apply for the beta, go to Settings > About device > Tap the top of the page > Tap the icon on the top right > Trial versions. Fill in all the correct information and hit apply. You will receive the update in the next few days if the application passes. You can check for the update manually from Settings.

Before upgrading your phone, take a backup of important data and charge your phone to at least 50%.

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Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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