Again Oppo has proved to be faster when it becomes to adopting Android beta versions for its smartphones. It was the first company to introduce the Android 11 beta for the Find X2 series. It also received Android 12 beta for Find X3 Pro quicker than everyone else. Again Oppo Find X5 Pro has become the first smartphone to open the beta testing program of the Android 13 Beta 1 version. The latest beta version will let developers download all the necessary files to install the latest firmware on the Oppo device.
Realme has joined hands with Oppo to serve the newest version to its users. The Realme has started a beta program for the Realme GT 2 Pro smartphone. This Android 13 Beta 1 version is not for end-users. It is in the first phase and requires wiping out all the phone data to install it. Developers can taste their apps with the new update and make them ready until it reaches stable software. As per the users, it has some known issues regarding camera, connectivity, and unstable services.
To participate in the first Beta 1 update, you can visit the Oppo website and download the files. The beta version for all the public users may start in next month. Slowly all the companies will participate in this program to build better UI for their phones. As always, Samsung will come last with its own tweaked software. This year, Samsung may open the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta program in July with the target of a stable version in October.