Realme expands Android 13 early access to Realme Narzo 50

These days, Realme is working on expanding the availability of Android 13 based Realme UI 4.0 skin to the pending phones. Recently, the company announced the closed beta program for Realme C33 and now it is the time for Realme Narzo 50. Yes, the Narzo 50 owners can take part in the beta program and try out the features available in the new skin.

Realme officially share all details of the beta program and as per the details the Narzo 50 needs to be running on any of these builds – RMX3286_11 C.12 or RMX3286_11 C.11. If your phone is running on older software, make sure to update it to any of these builds. Realme Narzo 50 was released with Android 11, the phone received its first major upgrade last year and now the testing begins for the second big upgrade.

The early access program is already live, anyone can take part in the program and get access to the Realme UI 4.0 based Android 13 upgrade. There are limited seats in the beta program, so, you might want to be quick if you want to taste the new skin on your device. As it is a major upgrade make sure that your phone has enough storage, the installation should take around 10GB of storage. You may encounter some bugs on the early access build.

Moving to the features list, then Realme UI 4.0 skin comes with features such as updated AOD, a dynamic computing engine for performance enhancements, a Private Safe tool, support for more color palettes, large folders for the home screen, new editing tools for the screenshot, and more. You can also expect the newer monthly security patch.

If you are using the Realme Narzo 50 and want to try the early access build, then you can easily opt into the early access program. All you need to do is, navigate to Settings > Software Update, then tap on the settings icon in the top right corner, select Trial Version and enter your details. You will receive the early access build ending with F.01 version number.

Make sure to take a backup of important data before updating your device to the new software. Also, charge your device to at least 60%. You can also roll back to the Android 12 stable version in the future if you want, the steps are listed on Realme’s community forum, check the sources available in the end of this article for rollback steps.

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