Here are the developers that will get a OnePlus 6 to work on. Also: How to apply for one [Update]: More Winners Announced
OnePlus has a long history of always supporting the development community when it comes to their devices. They have been consistent with offering phones that can easily be unlocked and flashed with different ROMs and recoveries. They’re one of the few companies that allow you to unlock the bootloader of your phone without any requirement of an unlock key. They are also quick to release their kernel sources to encourage development.
Now OnePlus is taking another big step in showing their support of the development community. They are sending out 36 free OnePlus 6 units to different developers so that they can get to work on creating great ROMs, Kernels, and other modifications to the device.
Here is a list of people that have already been chosen to receive a free OnePlus 6.
From the XDA Forums:
Another 10 developers have been chosen whose names do not appear on this list.
There are still three more spots left for developers that would like to get a phone for free! If you think you deserve a free unit, and you are willing and able to contribute to the development of the OnePlus 6, tell us why in this thread here. The best responses will be published next week and the community will vote on who the “three” should be.
After receiving a lot of great posts in our application thread, we have chosen the following community member to participate in this program.
If your name is on the list above, please wait for a PM on your XDA account with further instructions.
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