Oppo to soon release its official version of ColorOS 13 update for Find X2, Find X2 Pro, and F21s Pro in India

The first company to release its Android 13 update for its smartphone. With ColorOS 13 Oppo released its fastest rollout of the series and has reached up to more than half of its devices. Now according to its list of ColorOS 13 updates for this year in Q1. The Find X2 and Find X2 Pro are going to receive the official version ColorOS 13 update on 13th January. While the F21s Pro will receive its official version update on the next day 14th of January.

The Android 13-based ColorOS 13 update has a “Dynamic Computing Engine” that helps extend battery life while preventing interface latency. In addition to stability and security, ColorOS 13 also provides you with new features, a dedicated “Meeting Assistant,” upgrades to the built-in launcher, and a redesigned “Always-On display” that now supports Bitomji, a Spotify widget that enables users to view the song that is currently playing.

How to download and install the new ColorOS 13 update?

Once the update is available you can even install it by following these steps:

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Tap on Software Update
  3. Click on Download and Install
  4. Install the new Software

 

 




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