Last month, Realme announced the Android 13 Early Access programme for the Realme 9 Pro 5G. Now, the brand has opened the Android 13 Open Beta programme for Realme 9 Pro 5G users in India. The smartphone was launched back in February this year. It features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor, a 120Hz refresh rate, and a 5,000mAh battery with 33W Dart Charge fast charging support.
If you own a Realme 9 Pro smartphone and wish to enroll for the Android 13 Open Beta programme, here’s how you can apply:
How To Apply For Realme 9 Pro 5G Android 13 Open Beta Program?
To apply for the Realme 9 Pro 5G Android 13 open beta program, your handset needs to be running either of the following firmware versions: RMX3471_11_A.42, RMX3471_11_A.43, RMX3471_11_A.44, or RMX3471_11_A.45. You can apply by heading over to Settings > Software Update section and click on the settings icon in the top right corner. Thereafter, select Trial Version, submit your details, and tap Apply Now.
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Realme has put out a list of following disclaimers to be noted before applying to the programme:
- Make sure the phone is not rooted.
- Back up your personal data before applying for the programme.
- Ensure that the available phone storage is more than 5GB.
Do note that this is a beta build, and it might contain some critical bugs. If you are using the handset as your primary phone, we recommend you to wait for the Android 13 stable release for the Realme 9 Pro 5G.
As mentioned earlier, the Realme 9 Pro 5G was launched back in February 2022. The smartphone runs Android 12-based Realme UI 3.0 out of the box. The device comes equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor, which is paired with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
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