The Android 13-based ColorOS 13 beta version is now available for OPPO F21s Pro and Reno6 Pro 5G users in India. This update brings a number of new features and improvements, but it also has some bugs and may cause some apps to not work properly. Therefore, we recommend that users do not install the beta version on their primary phone.
After updating to the latest beta version, the operating system automatically optimizes the device to adopt the latest version. This may cause users to face issues such as overheating, slow performance, or rapid battery drainage. Reno6 Pro 5G users can identify this latest ColorOS 13 beta update with the firmware number CPH2249_11_F07. To install the new firmware, users will need 673.31 MB of storage space on their smartphones.
How to Apply for ColorOS 13 Beta
To apply the ColorOS 13 beta update to your device, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings.
- Click on About device.
- Tap on the Official version page.
- Tap on the icon at the top right.
- From here, tap on Beta Program, click on beta, fill in all the required details, and click on Apply Now.
ColorOS 13 includes a new design philosophy and Aquamorphic Design theme colours, vibrant theme colours, optimized task management tools, enhanced security and privacy, a new Always-on display style, and refined visual effects. These features improve the overall user experience and make the operating system more intuitive and user-friendly.
The ColorOS 13 beta update is available for a limited number of 5,000 users on each device. If you are interested in trying out the latest beta version, we recommend that you apply as soon as possible to avoid missing out on the opportunity. Keep in mind that beta versions are not as stable as the final release, so be prepared to encounter some bugs and issues.
We would like to thank our readers for taking the time to read about the Android 13-based ColorOS 13 beta version. This update brings a number of new features and improvements to OPPO F21s Pro and Reno6 Pro 5G devices, and we are excited to see how these enhancements will improve the user experience. However, we must caution that beta versions are not as stable as the final release and may cause some apps to not work properly. Therefore, we recommend that users do not install the beta version on their primary phone and be prepared for potential issues. Thank you again for reading, and we look forward to bringing you more updates on the ColorOS 13 beta release.