Android 13 Beta is now available for three more devices, Realme GT, GT Neo 2 and Narzo 50 5G

According to Realme’s official Twitter account for India, the Android 13 beta program is now available for the Realme GT, Realme GT Neo2, and Narzo 50 5G. To participate in the beta program, as is customary with Realme early access builds, you must apply.

To do so, make sure your phone has the most recent stable software version installed first. After that, tap on Settings > Software Update’s gear icon, which is in the top right corner. Select Trial Version > Apply Now after that. You must complete the form and wait to see if Realme will approve your application.

If approved, a software update for the Android 13 beta will soon be available for your smartphone. Realme warns that participation is subject to availability due to “limited seats to enable an optimal beta testing program,” depending on when you join up.

It is advised that you should not install a beta release on your primary smartphone as they frequently contain bugs, crashes, odd behaviors, and similar issues.

A few of the features of the Realme UI 3.0, which is based on the Android 13 Open Beta version, include the Aquamorphic design principle. It also features HyperBoost GPA 4.0, redesigned UI layers, Quantum Animation Engine 4.0, new widgets, optimized system icons, and new Always-on Display features.

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