Android 13 was released for Pixel phones last month, but it’s already on its way to more smartphones as Oppo is rolling out Android 13 to the Find X5 series.
Departure today, on September 15, Oppo is rolling out the “official” version of Android 13 to some devices. The Find X5 will start receiving the update in France and the United Arab Emirates, while the Find X5 Pro is currently being updated in Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, France and Australia, although Oppo says the update is not yet available for models sold by the carrier.
Previously, Oppo tested Android 13 in a beta program on its latest flagship devices, including Find X5 and Find N.
Android 13 for Oppo devices is known as ColorOS 13, and it’s also the basis for OnePlus’ Oxygen OS 13 update, as our Damien Wilde pointed out.
ColorOS 13 brings several new features and improvements to the platform. In a press release, Oppo highlights improvements to Multi-Screen Connect, a new “meeting assistant” that blocks notifications and other distractions while using apps like Zoom and Google Meet, as well as privacy enhancements such as “Auto-Pixelate”, which can automatically remove names and sensitive data in screenshots.
After the Find X5 series, Oppo will bring ColorOS 13 to more than 30 other devices in the coming months.
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