The improvements made in Android 12L for larger panels, particularly foldable screens, are built upon in Android 13. Now that Android 13 has been released, the Oppo Find N, a foldable smartphone in real life, is getting its initial build.

The Oppo Find N’s initial Android 13 preview, which was just made available to developers, is comparable to that of the Find X5 Pro. It is based on the initial Android 13 Beta, which was made available to Pixel phones in late April, but evidently Oppos has made some adjustments in-house.

The fact that an Android 13 build is being made available for a foldable smartphone for the first time is noteworthy in this case. No previews of Android 13 have yet been made available by Samsung, and especially not for the Galaxy Z Fold 3. The beta can even be installed on another device without the use of flashing tools and includes Google’s GMS apps.

Sadly, not many people will have access to this peek. Unfortunately, Oppo is only providing certified developers in China—the only nation where the Find N is sold—with access to the Android 13 preview for the device. We just don’t have access to the information required to complete the certification procedure for developers. You can get an download the beta here if you are eligible.

Oppo should broaden this beta in the upcoming months.
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