Realme has officially announced the Android 13 early access for Realme GT, Realme GT Neo 2, and Realme Narzo 50. These devices have become the latest models to get the taste of Android 13, bringing a stack of new features and changes. If you want to have a go at the early access on your Realme device, then you need to take part in the closed beta program.
Realme has shared information about the beta program on its community forum. As per the details, the company has mentioned that the three models must run on the latest available software version. Realme GT needs to be running on RMX2202_11.C.25, Realme GT Neo 2 must be running on RMX3370_11.C.09, while Realme Narzo 50 must be running on RMX3571_A.07/RMX3571_11.A.10/RMX3571_11.A.08.
Changelog for the Android 13 early access for Realme GT, Realme GT Neo 2, and Realme Narzo 50
Realme GT, Realme GT Neo 2, and Realme Narzo 50 have become the latest Realme handsets to receive the Android 13 early access. It comes with numerous general bug fixes, enhancements, and improved system security. Coming to the features and changes, the update will bring forth the new aquamorphic design elements, new Quantum Engine 4.0, new color palettes, optimized widget design, optimized font for better readability, new editing tools for the screenshot, large folders for the home screen, improved Hyperboost GPA 4.0 for gaming, Bitmoji support for AOD, and more.
How to update your Realme GT, Realme GT Neo 2, and Realme Narzo 50?
If you own a Realme GT, Realme GT Neo 2, or Realme Narzo 50 handset, you can try out the latest Android 13 firmware on your device. However, you’ll need to ensure that your device is running on the latest available software. After that, you should head over to the Software Update in Settings before tapping on the gear icon at the top-right corner. Lastly, you’ll need to select the Trial version and then enter the required details.