For a number of its devices throughout the world, Oppo has been using the Android 13-based ColorOS 13 alpha and beta programs. These phones have all been either upper mid-range or flagship devices up to this point.
As a result, the Oppo F21 Pro becomes the first mid-range smartphone to participate in the ColorOS 13 open beta program. You heard correctly. Oppo unexpectedly begins seeking Indian beta testers for the F21 Pro.
For those who are unaware, Oppo’s September update rollout plan does not include the F21 Pro. As a result, this is unexpected.
5000 seats have been assigned to the firm for the open beta test, according to the official announcement article. The registration period will run through September 28.
Users must be running firmware version A.16 or A.17 in order to enroll. They must then go to Settings > About Device > Tap on the ColorOS logo > Tap the icon in the upper right corner > Trial Versions, and enter the information.
The ColorOS 13 beta update will be sent to chosen candidates through OTA. There may be at least one more round of recruiting, according to the brand. You may therefore try again.
According to Oppo’s past performance, the device could get the Android 13 stable upgrade in a month or two.