These Oppo Devices Will Get ColorOS 13 Update in Q1 2023

19 total devices are set to the get to the update in Q1 2023

Oppo ColorOS 13 Update

Oppo has just revealed ColorOS 13 roadmap for Q1 2023. And it seems like 19 devices are in the queue to receive the fresh new OS update. Among them, 10 will receive the stable update, while the rest will get the beta version.

The updates are rolling out from January 12, 2023. And if you have one of the early devices, you should get the update pretty much precisely on that date. That said, ColorOS 13 beta testing for some phones is still undergoing. And Oppo stated that some devices are up in line for the beta recruitment from February and March 2023.

Which Devices Will Get ColorOS 13 Update in Q1 2023

The stable ColorOS 13 update is about to roll out on January 12, 2023. A total of six devices will get the update on the said date. They are:

  • Find X2 Pro
  • Find X2 Pro Lamborghini Edition
  • Find X2 League of Legends Edition
  • Find X2
  • Ace 2 EVA Limited Edition
  • Ace 2

Oppo ColorOS 13

Two more devices are in the queue for receiving the stable OS update. They will start getting the update from January 13, 2023. Those two are:

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  • K10 Pro 5G
  • K10x 5G

Finally, two recent Pads from Oppo will get the ColorOS 13 update starting on January 31, 2023. They are:

  • Oppo Pad
  • Oppo Pad Artist Limited Edition

Roadmap for Beta Versions

From January 11, 2023, Oppo will start recruiting the ColorOS 13 beta testers for four devices, which are:

  • K10 Vitality Edition
  • K9s
  • Reno 7 New Year Edition
  • Reno 7 5G
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ColorOS 13

And from February 2023, the recruitment for the ColorOS 13 beta update will start for these devices:

  • Reno5 K 5G
  • K9

Finally, the devices are in the queue for the ColorOS 13 beta update from March 2023:

  • A55 5G
  • K9x 5G
  • K9 Pro 5G

Important Note

All the dates mentioned in this roadmap are for China. And the timeline for other countries around the world can be different.

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