OnePlus launches OxygenOS 13 closed beta for OnePlus 10T: Here’s how to join

This year OnePlus launched a new top-of-the-range smartphone: it is OnePlus 10T, a very compact device but with level technical specifications, as it mounts a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, up to 16GB of RAM and a 50MP main sensor. The smartphone came to the market with, of course, Android 12, but OnePlus is already working on upgrading to Android 13.

OnePlus 10T OxygenOS 13 Beta

The Chinese company has in fact launched the Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 closed beta program: despite being “closed”, anyone can join the program, but the company will only select a few users who will be able to install the update to the latest version of Android. Obviously, since this is a beta, it is highly likely that there are still some bugs to fix on the operating system, and so it would be better to avoid installing the software on your main device.

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For this program, we will invite 100 people who meet the requirements with a OnePlus 10T IN device to attend this Closed Beta Program. We also have rewards to thank the users who participate in the CBT with excellent performances.

Requirements below:

  1. You are using a OnePlus 10T (India variant)
  2. You are an active OnePlus Community member
  3. You are willing to sign an NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) with OnePlus after you receive the invitation e-mail
  4. You are willing to regularly communicate and report issues/suggestions to the OnePlus team on Telegram
  5. The CBT version is not the Stable Version, which is still in development. After updating to the CBT version, you’ll remain patient and tolerate its instability and accept all risks which might be caused by it.

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