Realme UI 3.0 Open Beta Based on Android 13 Now Available for Realme GT Neo 3, GT Neo 3 150W

Realme UI 3.0 comes with a new design similar to OPPO's Aquamorphic Design.


Realme has started rolling out the Android 13 beta update for its devices. The company will soon release the stable version of Realme UI 3.0, which is based on Android 13. The latest Android update will introduce a new design and some new features as well. Realme has not revealed the exact rollout timeline for all its devices. However, the company has started releasing the Realme UI 3.0 beta update under its early access programme. The latest entrants are the new Realme GT Neo 3 and the GT Neo 3 150W smartphones.

Both the Realme GT Neo 3, GT Neo 3 150W smartphones were launched earlier this year in India with a MediaTek Dimensity 8100 SoC. The phones also feature a 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED display and a triple-camera setup on the back. Let’s take a look at the Realme UI 3.0 beta update for Realme GT Neo 3 and GT Neo 3 150W.

Realme GT Neo 3, GT Neo 3 150W Get Realme UI 3.0 Beta Access 

Realme has announced the Realme UI 3.0 open beta update based on Android 13 for two of its premium devices, the GT Neo 3 and Neo 3 150W. Users who wish to try the open beta update need to enrol for the programme. There are some requirements for users to comply with before they can install the new update.

First, Realme GT Neo 3 and GT Neo 3 150W smartphone users need to update their devices to the required version — RMX3561_11.A.15, RMX3561_11.A.16; RMX3563_11.A.15, RMX3563_11.A.16. Once installed, users can follow the steps below and install the open beta update.

How to Install Android 13 Open Beta Version on Realme GT Neo 3, Neo 3 150W

  • Open Settings  
  • Go to Software Updates
  • Tap on the settings icon in the top right corner 
  • Tap on Trial Version
  • Submit your details
  • Once done, tap on Apply Now.

You will receive the new beta update notification if and when your application is approved. It is worth noting that since it is a beta programme, the update could either include bugs or some apps not work as expected. Therefore, we advise our readers to avoid installing the beta update on their primary phones. Also, users need to ensure that their phone’s battery is at 60 per cent or above while downloading and installing the beta update. 

Some third-party application versions might not be compatible with Android 13 yet. After updating, these applications might not be available or crash your device. Therefore, it is recommended to update all your applications to the latest version available in the Play Store before your update.

Lastly, back up your data before installing the update. We say so because if you wish to roll back to Android 12, the system will wipe out all your data and the only way to recover it would be through the backup file.