Realme releases Android 13 Open Beta for Realme GT 2

Android 13 is now reaching more Android phones thanks to the effort of Android-based OEMs. Realme is also working on Android 13 based Realme UI 3. Yes, currently Realme is testing Android 13 with Realme UI 3 and the Realme UI 4 is yet to be announced globally.

Realme GT 2 is now the latest Realme phone to receive the Android 13 open beta. The device entered the Early Access program about a month ago. And after a month of closed beta testing, the company announced Android 13 open beta for the Realme GT 2.

Realme officially announced the release of the open beta on the community page. And with the release of the open beta program, it is clear that the stable update for the device is only a few weeks away. In fact, if there are no issues with this build, the same build will be released as a stable update to all users.

The latest open beta update is available with build number RMX3312_11_C.03 and is currently available in India. We don’t have an expected date for other regions yet. The update size may vary depending on different scenarios.

Talking about new features, the update brings the same features that Oppo and OnePlus are offering. It includes the Aquamorphic design, Quantum Animation Engine 4.0, large folders in home screen, security and privacy improvements, and more. You can check the changelog below in the attached screenshots.

If you are a Realme GT 2 5G user and want to test the Android 13 before the stable release you can easily opt for the Open Beta. Before applying for the beta make sure to update your phone to RMX3312_11.A.20 / RMX3312_11.A.21.

To apply for the beta, go to Settings > Software Update. Tap on the Settings icon at the top right corner and then select Trial Version. Now select Open Beta and follow the on-screen instructions. After submitting the application Realme will review it and then you will receive the update once the application passes review.

Before updating your Realme GT 2 to Android 13 Open Beta make sure to take backup of your phone and charge it to at least 50%.

If you don’t like the new update or having issues with it and want to roll back to Android 12, then you can install the rollback package.

You need to install the update using the stock recovery. You will lose your data so take a backup.

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Ashutosh singh

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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