In October, the FuntouchOS 13 rollout officially begins with iQOO, a spinoff of Vivo. The brand’s first phone, the iQOO Neo 6, received the new software in the same month. Presently following two months, the update goes live for one more qualified cell phone in 7. The FuntouchOS 13 update based on Android 13 adds a slew of new features to the in 7.
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The PD2055F_EX_A_8.70.29 software version of iQOO’s number series smartphone, the iQOO 7, receives the new update. The upgrade is currently available to a small number of users; a broader rollout should begin in the coming days.
The iQOO 7 was released with the Android 11 operating system. Last year, the phone received its first major OS upgrade, the Android 12 update. The Android 13 upgrade is the time for the second significant upgrade.
The latest build, which weighs a whopping 4.67GB, requires a sizable amount of data to download, just like the first major upgrade. Therefore, ensure that you have adequate data and storage. The iQOO 7 Android 13 update adds new phone cooling features to the manager, the ability to see the notification permission icon on the notification panel, and more.
In addition to these features, users can anticipate the essential features of Android 13, such as a new music player for the quick panel, per-app language, photo privacy, and a new clipboard, among other things. If you own an iQOO 7, you can check the Software Update Settings to see if there are any new updates.
You can request a trial version if you want to test out the new features. You can request the new update by going to Settings > System update, tapping the gear icon in the upper right corner, selecting a trial version, and then sending in your request.
Lastly, before installing the beta update on your iQOO 7, make sure to back up your data and charge your phone to at least 50%.
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