Realme is busy with the tick-tacks of Android 13 software upgrades for its devices. The company has recently announced the Realme UI 4.0 and said to release the firmware soon. However, OnePlus has already overtaken Realme cooperation in terms of Android 13 update rollouts.
While Realme users are still struggling between the beta versions and early access programs, OnePlus users have started tasting the stable Android 13 upgrade and its outstanding features. So far, the tech maker has rolled out the major OxygenOS 13 beta as well as stable versions for many of its flagship and mid-range smartphones.
Speaking of the latest OxygenOS build, the firmware offers a variety of changes over other software. For instance: smart user interface features, enhanced privacy and security center, high-end efficiency, seamless interconnection, eye-catching personalization effects, excellent optimizations for the device performance, and more.
You can get detailed information about the OxygenOS 13 add-ons HERE.
Eventually, users obtain a new life and experience for their corresponding handset after installing the effective OxygenOS 13 upgrade. Although, we cannot say any such thing for the Realme devices at present. And the reason is the ultimate delay in the Android 13 operating system rollout.
Though the company started beta programs for its devices quite a long ago. In the meantime, we have caught many Realme smartphones enrolling for the beta testing and internal activity phase. Yet, there isn’t any official announcement for the stable Realme UI 4.0 release for the respective devices.
When we will get stable Realme UI 4.0?
The company has already pushed off the official Realme UI 4.0 build in the native region. As for the global market, there isn’t a surety for when the manufacturer will bring the Android 13 benefits to its users.
It’s quite interesting to see that both OnePlus and Realme belong to the same China community and offer dynamic features to their devices. Although, OnePlus is capable of beating the other Chinese tech makers when it comes to rolling out major and regular updates to its devices.