Back in January 2015, OnePlus announced OxygenOS, its customized version of Android. Since then, beta builds of the OS have been rolled out to devices in three streams; namely Closed beta, Open Beta, and the MP builds. Now, the company has stated that it is adding another channel dubbed as the "MP Early Access Program", that will be accessible to only a small subset of users.
As a part of this initiative, OnePlus will allow some users to test OxygenOS builds before they are officially released. However, unlike its previous beta channels, the company will be more selective and restrict the program to just 150 users.
Furthermore, eligible users will be subject to a rather strict selection criteria. Those interested must own a OnePlus 3 or 3T handset and must reside in the US, EU, or India. They will also need to be "moderate to heavy" daily users and must have had some testing experience in the past. Participants will also be under a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), and if selected, should actively give feedback directly to OnePlus via the Slack messaging app.
OnePlus has not yet detailed if it plans to expand its program to more users in the future, but if you're interested in joining the MP Early Access Program right now, you can sign up for it here.
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