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Which modified Android 13 software you are testing? One UI 5.0, OxygenOS 13, or other



Android 13 software testing

A few weeks ago, Google officially announced Android 13 for Android smartphones. Since then, various Android phone makers are testing their own version of Android 13 software. Although, the Pixel devices have already installed their share of stock Android 13 with the introduction.

Meanwhile, Google has confirmed that many smartphone makers will introduce Android 13 based software adaptations later this year.

Since Android 13 has already been launched under the AOSP (Android Open Source Project), the phone makers could finally begin to make a leap forward into the Android ecosystem with the latest version.

So, which Android 13 customized software are you testing? Is it Samsung’s One UI 5.0, OnePlus OxygenOS 13, Xiaomi MIUI 13/14, RealmeUI, ColorOS 13, or others?

Google has confirmed a list of devices as well as others that are the official partners to promote this new Android build including:

  • Samsung
  • Asus
  • Nokia
  • iQOO
  • Motorola
  • OnePlus
  • Oppo
  • Realme
  • Sharp
  • Sony
  • Tecno
  • Vivo
  • Xiaomi


Huawei is not in the campaign, since it doesn’t officially support Android or the latest version. However, phone makers including Samsung have launched the One UI 5.0 beta program in different markets and so do the OnePlus, Xiaomi, and Oppo. These companies have initially announced the corresponding customized Android 13 software skins for flagship devices.

However, the range of testing will expand throughout the year and a stable version will be determined as the testing progress and bugs are removed gradually

Android 13 comes with better user interface customizations including the material you and brand new themed icons as well as a number of new color palette options. On the other hand, you can well manage your use and allowed permission for apps and systems.

That’s not it, one of the most important features of Android 13 also comes in the name of the per-app language. Yes, the feature allows you to translate an entire app’s default language into what the user desires it to be, which is awesome.

There are also some minor tweaks made throughout the software that will be used by different OEMs.

So, which version of custom Android 13 software you are testing on your eligible Android device? Let us know in the poll below.

Android 13 software testing

Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.