- OnePlus has announced the latest OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update for its OnePlus Nord 2T in India.
- The latest update is based on Android 13 and is currently available for select (5,000) users who enrol in the Open Beta program.
- The update brings about the new aquamorphic design, enhanced gaming experience, and more.
OnePlus has finally announced the latest OxygenOS 13 update for its OnePlus Nord 2T devices, albeit in beta for now. The latest OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update has started rolling out in India as an OTA update and is initially going to be available to the first 5,000 eligible users. The update is based on Android 13 and has the latest features OnePlus has to offer, including the all-new aquamorphic design, better efficiency, and enhanced gaming experience.
OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update now live: How to apply
As mentioned earlier, OnePlus plans to select 5,000 OnePlus Nord 2T users in India for the latest OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update programme. Interested users can apply for the update on or before December 3rd, 2022. If you are interested in trying out the OxygenOS 13 Open Beta on your Nord 2T, you have to:
Hit your device’s settings menu > About Device > Tap up to date > Tap the three dot icon at the top right > Beta program > Beta > Fill in your information > Apply Now.
OxygenOS 13 Open Beta changelog
The latest OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update for the OnePlus Nord 2T brings about the brand’s latest aquamorphic design and is claimed to offer better efficiency. The new skin also comes with better productivity features and is more secure. OxygenOS 13 offers an automatic pixelation feature for chat screenshots, which pixelates profile pictures, phone numbers, and names in a chat screenshot. Below is the official changelog:
If you own a OnePlus Nord 2T device, chances are that you might easily be able to receive the latest OxygenOS 13 Open Beta update by following the steps that we mentioned above. But, before you hit the update button, do note that beta updates are usually not as stable as, well, the stable updates, so you should be ready for any potential bug, which might hamper your overall experience. Also, it is a good idea to take a backup of your sensitive/important data before updating the device.