Stable Android 13/ColorOS 13 update rolling out for OPPO A76 in India

Completing the beta program, OPPO A76 smartphone users have started receiving the stable Android 13-based ColorOS 13 update. The software is currently released to users in India, however, it is expected to reach more customers in the coming times.

OPPO A76 smartphone users may recognize the new update with firmware version CPH2375_11_F.56. Also, the update is coming via OTA and will appear in your notification panel soon. The Android 13-based ColorOS 13 update brings a host of new features to your smartphone. Plus, it enhances privacy, improves animations, brings new app icons, adds advanced customization options, and more.

As a result, it is a major Android update and brings beneficial changes. So if you own an OPPO A76 smartphone, we suggest that you experience the latest firmware. But make sure to create 568.15MB of storage space beforehand.

Android 13-Based ColorOS 13 Features:

The Android 13-based ColorOS 13 brings several new features and improvements over ColorOS 12 to give a new and classy look to the OPPO UI. With this update, the company has redesigned its system UI and brought more personalization functions to deliver the most refined, smooth and intuitive user interface.

Moreover, the latest update introduced the new design philosophy and Aquamorphic Design theme colors, vibrant theme colors as well as optimised task management tools, enhanced security and privacy, a new Always-on display style, refined visual effects, and more.

How To Update:

As mentioned, the latest security patch has been released via OTA. However, you can switch to the manual method to download the update immediately in a few simple steps: Go to Settings > Click on About device > Tap on the top of the page > Tap on the icon at the top right. From here, tap on Beta Program, click on Official, fill in all the required details and click on Apply Now.

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