Today Realme’s official Twitter account for India announced that it’s expanding the beta program for its Android 13 update to three more devices: we’re talking about the Realme GT, the Realme GT Neo2, and the Narzo 50 5G.
As usual with Realme early access builds, you’ll need to apply to be part of the beta program. Thankfully, that’s pretty easy. First you need to ensure that your handset is on the latest stable software version. Then head into Settings > Software Update and tap on the gear icon in the top right corner. After that, tap on Trial Version > Apply Now. That’s where you need to enter your details, and then sit down, “be patient”, and wait to see if your application passes Realme’s review.
If it does, then the beta version of Android 13 will be sent to your device as a software update within a few days. However, Realme notes that there are “limited seats to ensure an optimal beta testing program”, so depending on when you sign up, you may be out of luck. As always, we’d caution you against doing this on your main smartphone – beta builds do generally come with bugs and crashes and weird behaviors and the likes.