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 Oppo’s Color OS 13 is coming on August 18-techintechs

Oppo’s Color OS 13 is coming on August 18-techintechs

Oppo’s Color OS 13. Oppo has just announced that the ColorOS 13 will go live on August 18 across the globe. On the company’s official YouTube channel and social media accounts, the event will begin at 11 a.m. UTC.

Oppo's Color OS 13

On top of Android 13

Oppo claims that ColorOS 13 “integrates Android’s underlying safety and privacy features, as well as Material You-like customisations.” The ColorOS 13 update, which is based on Android 13, will be released worldwide this month. In September, the Reno 8 series will get the update. It may seem improbable given that Android 13 is expected to be stable in the same month for Google’s Pixel phones, but Oppo already has a ColorOS 13 beta programme up and running, so the company just might pull it off.

Newest Updates

Anyone interested in seeing what Oppo’s newest update has to offer can participate in the Find N, Find X5, and Find X5 Pro beta programmes, which are now open to the public (presumably any of these will get the stable ColorOS 13 update this month). But it’s only open to residents of the six countries mentioned above as well as a select group of a thousand other people from the United Arab Emirates, France, and Australia. As of this writing, the recruitment period is over, so if you haven’t already done so, you’ve probably already missed out. Even so, it’s never a bad idea to double-check if any trial slots are still available by going to Settings > About device > Trial versions.

Oppo's Color OS 13

Design and Feature

The new design and features of ColorOS 13 are designed to improve the user experience on large displays and provide seamless interconnectivity between multiple devices for increased efficiency and productivity.

Users in China, Australia, France, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam who own the Oppo Find N, Find X5, or Find X5 Pro can sign up for the ColorOS 13 beta now if they don’t want to wait for the final version to be released.

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Oppo's Color OS 13

FAQs:

Q1: What is Oppo’s most recent version of ColorOS?

The beta version of ColorOS 11 based on Android 11 has been made available. OPPO Find X2, Find X2 Pro, and Find X2 Pro Automobili Lamborghini Edition users can get the upgrade now. And it will be made available to an additional 25 phones in the near future, including the Reno4 and Reno3.

Q2: Is colour OS 12 compatible with other devices?

the F19 Pro+ and Reno 5Z and 6Z 5G 5G have all been updated to the latest stable version of ColorOS 12. It has been confirmed by OPPO that the latest stable version of ColorOS 12 has been released for the OPPO F19 Pro+, F19 Pro+, Reno 5Z, and Reno 6Z 5G in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. India’s OPO A74 and F19 Pro+ have also received the update.

Q3: Is Android 13 coming to the Oppo A53?

Approved list of devices for Oppo’s Color OS 13. Oppo claims the first models to receive the Android 12 update are the Find X2, Find X3, Reno5, Reno6, Reno4, Reno3, and the K7 and K9 models.

Q4: Is the Oppo phone good?

The vivid use of colours distinguishes the best Oppo phones from the rest. This isn’t just a case of a phone that looks good; Oppo phones have a slew of useful features. Such as long battery life, excellent performance, and even a pop-up camera.

Q5: Is ColorOS 6 free of advertisements?

In a post on the company’s official forums. Realme announced that smartphones running ColorOS 6 and above will be ad-supported in the future.

Jennie Marquez

Jennie Marquez

Jennie is a Staff writer, contributor and has been writing about tech for over a decade. Jennie’s work at trendblog is to specialize in phones and tablets, but she also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. She is based in London, UK.
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