2018’s Flagship OnePlus 6T Supports Android 13 And OpenHarmony 4.0 Software

Early last year, OnePlus announced the end of software support for the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T smartphones that were launched in 2018. Amazing! The device smartphone can now run the Huawei open-source OpenHarmony operating system. As per the details given by a Chinese developer, the development allows flashing the OnePlus 6T to support Android 13 and OpenHarmony 4.0 in a dual-boot configuration, and users can switch between the two through recovery mode.

As we know, the OnePlus 6 and 6T series received their last update with OxygenOS firmware in December 2021. After that, we didn’t get any rollout or iteration support for 2018’s flagship devices. Thus, it is nothing short of a surprise to find Android 13 and HarmonyOS software running on the OnePlus 6T handset.

OnePlus 6T Android 13/OpenHarmony 4.0 Software

Consequently, the developer @AlgoIdeas states that the OnePlus 6T has embarked on the open-source HarmonyOS operating system. The latest build is OpenHarmony 3.2 Beta 5 with a Linux 6.1 kernel. Moving on, The phone’s touch screen is fully functional, and the GPU can be used for acceleration. Now, this new development means that OnePlus 6T can now run on both Android 13 and OpenHarmony 4.0 operating systems.

OnePlus 6T Specifications:

OnePlus 6T features a 6.41-inch AMOLED water drop screen with a resolution of 1080P, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 6. Further, the device comes powered on a robust Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and packs a 3700 mAh battery with 20W fast charging support.

Talking about the camera, the device equips a dual camera system with a 16MP primary lens and a 20MP secondary camera, equipped with Sony IMX sensors, enabling users to capture stunning photos and videos with 4K resolution at 60 fps. On the front, it has a 16MP camera for taking selfies.


OnePlus 6T OpenHarmony Android 13

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