Starting in August, OPPO continues to roll out the Android 13-based ColorOS 13 beta update for its eligible flagship to mid-range smartphones in India. Last week, the company released the ColorOS beta update for Reno6 Pro 5G smartphone users in India. Today, Chinese brand OPPO has invited Reno6 Z 5G, Reno5 Pro 5G, and F19 Pro+ smartphone users to the ColorOS 13 beta party.

As per the information, the Android 13-based ColorOS 13 beta version notice is now available for the Reno5 Pro 5G and F19 Pro+ in India and Reno6 Z 5G, and Reno5 Pro 5G in Thailand and Pakistan. Now, this update is accessible for a limited number of 5,000 users of each device in the above-mentioned regions.

Furthermore, the application notice for ColorOS 13 for the above devices is open from today (7 November 2022) to 14 November 2022, and this update can be accepted in batches according to availability. 

ColorOS 13 beta update will come with some new features and improvements but brings some bugs, and some apps will not work properly. After updating to the latest beta version, the operating system also automatically optimizes your device to adopt the latest version so that many problems such as overheating, lagging, and or draining the battery more quickly may be encountered. Therefore, we recommend that you do not install the beta version on your primary phone.

Software Information:

OPPO F19 Pro+

  • Version number: CPH2213_11_F.01
  • Availability: India

How To Update:

First, upgrade to the official version before registering for the ColorOS 13 beta version for the following version number of the device.

  • OPPO Reno6 Z 5G: C.25/C.26
  • OPPO Reno5 Pro 5G: C.27/C.28
  • OPPO F19 Pro+: C.27/C.28

Now, go to the device’s Settings, scroll down and click on the About phone, tap on the Official version, then click on the three dots icon on the top right and click on the Trial version and fill in your information and Apply now. 

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