OnePlus Nord 2T mobile phone starts Android 13 / OxygenOS 13 public beta

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Naija Tech News on December 2, OnePlus announced that the Nord 2T mobile phone has opened the OxygenOS 13 public beta based on Android 13. OnePlus Nord 2T users can navigate to the Settings > About Device menu, opt-in to the Beta program, and submit the required information to participate in the public beta.

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This update focuses on adding aquatic design, vibrant theme colors to bring a new experience, and new large folders , a new desktop folder experience, one-step opening of applications in folders, support for sliding pages, etc. Added widget support to home screen.

OnePlus Nord 2T application users need to ensure that they are running the OxygenOS system with firmware version CPH2401_11.A.17. Also note that the OxygenOS 13 public beta is currently only available for Nord 2T models in India, and you must be an active OnePlus community member to be eligible to apply for testing.

Also, the beta version may not be as stable as the official version, so it’s best to avoid using it on the main device. OnePlus has prepared 5,000 places for this test.

Naija Tech News learned that OnePlus Nord 2T is equipped with Dimensity 1300 chip, uses a 6.43-inch FHD+90Hz AMOLED display, supports fingerprints under the screen, and punches holes in the upper left corner. Built-in 4500mAh battery, 80W fast charging, the official said it can charge from 0 to 100% in 30 minutes.

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