According to the previous report, OnePlus released 2nd Beta of Android 13 to its OnePlus 10 Pro. OnePlus claims the new build is more stable than the previous release, but we still don’t recommend installing it if you’re using your OnePlus 10 Pro as your daily driver.
Now, OnePlus rolled out the Android 13 Closed Beta Program for the OnePlus 10 Pro. New code and features often come to Closed Beta build weeks or months before going public.
OnePlus community looking for the OnePlus 10 Pro Indian users to experience OxygenOS 13 in advance, and, by submitting feedback and sharing your suggestions, help us improve everyone’s software experience. If you are using the Indian OxygenOS version on the OnePlus 10 Pro, and love testing new software, now is the time to join.
The Closed Beta Program offers us an opportunity to listen to your feedback and refine or revise our product strategy based on it. To make sure the OxygenOS 13 stable build will be available to all of the users as early as possible, we changed the CBT strategies on all of the OxygenOS 13 CBT programs. Different from the previous long-term CBT, this will be a short-term Closed Beta Project (usually only a few builds are released), focusing on improving the upcoming OxygenOS 13 for the OnePlus 10 Pro.
OnePlus invite 200 people who meet the requirements with an OnePlus10 Pro IN device to attend this Closed Beta Program. We also have rewards to thank the users who participate in the CBT with excellent performances.
In order to be eligible, you need to meet the requirements below:
- You are using a OnePlus 10 Pro India variant
- You are an active OnePlus Community member
- You are willing to regularly communicate and report issues/suggestions to the OnePlus team on Telegram
- The CBT version is not the stable version, which is still in development. After updating to the CBT version, you’ll remain to be patient and tolerate its instability and accept all risks which might be caused by it.
OnePlus 10 Pro Summary:
The OnePlus 10 Pro 5G has some much-needed upgrades over the 9 Pro, and with just a moderate bump in pricing, it’s not a bad deal. Even the top-end variant of the 10 Pro 5G is less expensive than the base models of the Samsung Galaxy S22 and iPhone 13, making it a good value. Compared to the OnePlus 9 Pro, the 10 Pro 5G offers a bigger battery with quicker charging, a slightly more power-efficient AMOLED display, a more powerful SoC with plenty more 5G bands, and a better selfie camera, and a nicer design.
Other than some small issues such as the occasional overheating when recording 4K/8K videos in hot weather and the slightly inferior quality of the ultra-wide camera compared to the OnePlus 9 Pro, the 10 Pro 5G is yet another solid flagship from OnePlus and delivers very good performance and features for the price.
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