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Infinix Zero 5G 2023, Zero Ultra and Zero 20 now upgraded to Android 13 operating system

Last year the smartphone brand Infinix introduced two new smartphones in it’s Zero series- Infinix Zero Ultra and Infinix Zero 20. While this year the lineup got a new addition with the launch of Infinix Zero 5G 2023. All these three devices arrived with great specifications and features at their price range but these devices run on Android 12 OS. On one hand, where other smartphone brands have started the testing of the Android 14 Beta version, Infinix users have the concerned about slow software updates for a long time now.

Looking over the concerns of its users, recently Infinix released an Android 13 roadmap update for a few of its devices according to which the Zero series devices were expected to receive Android 13 OS by August. Though the company is a bit late as per the roadmap Infinix has finally upgraded the Zero 5G Ultra, Zero Ultra, and Zero 20’s operating system to Android 13.

The users of the above-mentioned devices are suggested to download this update as soon as possible in order to ensure the security of their device and also to enjoy new features from Android 13. To get the update, head to settings- Scroll to the bottom- tap to get to System update- Download.




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