Android 13 based Realme UI 4.0 early access now available for Realme C33

Realme has already released the Android 13 based Realme UI 4.0 update for a number of eligible devices. Now the company begins testing its newest custom skin on the recently released phones with older versions of Android. Realme C33 is one of the new phones released this year with Realme UI 3.0 skin. The phone now gets access to the Android 13 based Realme UI 4.0 skin via an early access program. Read along to know more details.

As always, Realme shares the information officially by posting it on its community forum. Registrations for the beta program are now open, and the company anticipates rolling out the program between May 15 and May 20. There are only 500 seats in the early access program, but Realme may expand seats in the coming days. Another thing to keep in mind is, to make sure your phone is running on the A.75 or A.77 software version number. If your phone is running on older software, make sure to update it to any of these builds.

Realme C33 Android 13 early access bags a slew of new features and improvements. Talking about the features list, then the update comes with 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.

Now if you own Realme C33 and want to try out the Realme UI 4.0 features, then you can take part in the early access program by filling out the Google Form. The company will review your application and if there are seats available in the program and everything is fine, you will receive the beta update over the air.

Here’s the link to the Google Form shared by Realme.

Once you received the beta on your device, you can head over to Settings > Software Update, then update your phone to the early access build.

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%.

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