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VIVO FuntouchOS 13/Android 13 Beta Version Roll Out Timeline 2023

We are officially in the New Year 2023, and most of the VIVO devices have received the FuntouchOS 13 update, but it doesn’t mean the beta program is over. There are still many VIVO devices that are running on Android 12, and for them, FuntouchOS 13 beta version is live and interested users can join the beta program and enjoy the update before its official release for your particular device.

For information, up to our knowledge VIVO X80 Pro is the recent device that has received the FuntouchOS 13 based on the Android 13 stable update.

[Oct 29, 2022]

FuntouchOS is one of the colourful and enjoyable UI by VIVO. By this, other VIVO smartphone users are now wondering when their devices will receive the update. For them, the company has officially released the FuntouchOS 13/Android 13 Beta version rollout timeline, in which device names with months are mentioned, as per the timeline; rolling out will end in 2023 H1.

However, VIVO Subsidiary iQOO is also rolled out the update parallelly, and it has also rolled out the stable version for its iQOO 9 Pro. Other than this, VIVO has also rolled out the security patch update in the month for various models of VIVO; some phones are VIVO X60 Pro, VIVO X60 Pro+, VIVO X60, VIVO X70 Pro+, VIVO X80, VIVO S1, VIVO S1 Pro and more

Here Is; FuntouchOS 13 Based On the Android 13 Beta Version Rollout Timeline:

From The End of Sep 2022

  • X80 Pro

From The End of Nov 2022

  • X80
  • X70 Pro+
  • X70 Pro
  • V25 Pro
  • V25
  • V23 Pro
  • V23 5G
  • V23e 5G
  • T1 Pro 5G
  • T1 5G
  • T1
  • Y75 5G
  • Y35
  • Y22
  • Y22s

From Mid of Dec 2022

  • X60 Pro+
  • X60 Pro
  • X60

From H1 2023:

  • V21 5G
  • V21e
  • V20 Pro
  • V20
  • V20 2021
  • Y75
  • Y73
  • Y72 5G
  • Y53s
  • Y21s
  • Y33s
  • Y20G
  • Y21T
  • Y33T
  • T1x
  • Y51A
  • Y31 
  • Y20T

How To Join The Android 13 Beta Program: 

  • Open the setting and go to the ‘System Update’ section on your Vivo or iQoo smartphone.
  • Click on the top-right settings icon.
  • Next, select the ‘Trial Version’ section.

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