Oppo’s subsidiary brand Realme is working on its own OS from quite some time and it seems like the beta version of the Realme’s customized OS [RealmeOS] is almost ready. Realme is looking for the beta tester who can test the mystery project X beta testing on their Realme device.
Realme CEO Madhav Seth already confirmed that in one #AskMadhav episode that the company is working on its own customized OS [RealmeOS] from a long time and users will get to know about it very soon.
However, The Mystery Project X beta testing is only available for the Realme 3 Pro owners and there is no specific date for other Realme devices. If you own Realme 3 Pro and shows interest in testing out the new beta software then follow the steps and apply for the beta program.
While It could be Android Q related but then why would they call it Mystery project. The new beta testing is likely for the company’s own RealmeOS (or whatever they call it). The company also wants you to sign the NDA so that you don’t share the OS or any other secret information with anyone.
Requirements to Apply
- Realme 3 Pro (No other Realme device)
- Experience in Beta testing and debugging
- Report Bugs and feedback in the English language
How to Apply
- Follow the Google Forum link.
- Answer all the questions and wait for the selection.
Also, Realme’s latest flagship device Realme X is not applicable for the beta testing. Realme X comes with Android Pie based on ColorOS 6.0 out of the box.
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