OnePlus released the 1st OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update for the OnePlus 10 Pro on August 09 and now after 1 week OnePlus released the 2nd Android 13 based OxygenOS 13 Open Beta released for the OnePlus 10 Pro.
OnePlus claims the new build brings fixes for some of the most common issues and stability improvements. For those who want to experience what the newest OxygenOS 13 is about, now is the time! As per the report, OnePlus currently rolling out OxygenOS 13 Open Beta 2 for the OnePlus 10 Pro European users.
Note: In order to upgrade this build successfully, be sure that your device is in the latest OxygenOS 12 version (A.15 or A.16).
Also Read: The first OxygenOS 13 Open Beta released for OnePlus 10 Pro
OxygenOS 13 OB2 Update Changelog:
[Security & privacy]
[Health & Digital wellbeing]
Ready to get started on the OxygenOS 13 Beta?
Want to go back to OxygenOS 12? Download the Rollback package from the links below:
Here are the latest packages of OxygenOS 12 to help you restore the lost applications after rollback to Android 12:
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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