A OnePlus 3 Beta testing program is in the works

After the launch of the latest flagship OnePlus 3, OnePlus is not leaving any stone unturned and is moving ahead with fixing issues that have been pointed out in the reviews.


After the launch of the latest flagship OnePlus 3, OnePlus is not leaving any stone unturned and is moving ahead with fixing issues that have been pointed out in various reviews. OnePlus 3 has gathered praise for its raw performance in most of the reviews by publications and websites across the internet including the review done by Tech2. There are still a number of issues to sort out however.

To fix the existing issues like RAM management which as pointed by Carl as intentional, and the incorrect color calibration of the screen as pointed by AnandTech, OnePlus has just started a Beta testing program for OnePlus 3 users. According to a post made by OnePlus staff member and Community Manager Adam Krisko, the program will only have 50 members and the members signing up will have to sign a NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) to keep the features and test results secret for the time being.

The requirements for the program need the user to have a OnePlus 3 device and actively test latest builds and submit good quality feedback. This comes right after the confirmation from OnePlus GitHub page that they are working on releasing the source code and binaries of Dash Charge sometime during July end or in August start  on GitHub as reported by XDA.

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