The CyanogenMod team has announced the release of version 10.2 nightly builds, which are based on Google’s latest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. The team announced the release through a Google+ post.

As the team notes, the current release doesn’t encompass all the available Android devices out there. Taking a peek at the devices that are supported, we found that there are multiple devices for which the nightly builds have been released including the likes of Google Galaxy Nexus, HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S3, LG Optimus G, Sony Xperia Z, and Motorola Razr among others. As always CyanogenMod team reminds that these are nightly builds and hence there would be no bug reports.

Further, the team also revealed that ClockworkMod (CWM) recoveries were also being built. Those who are looking to go with flashing of the custom ROM have been advised to be careful while flashing Android 4.2 zips on top of the new nightly as they might not be compatible.

The CM team has also revealed that they are busy working on CyanogenMod 10.1 and the work will be on for some time up until the stable version 10.1.3 is released. Following the release of the stable version they will go for a code-freeze on Android 4.2 based CM 10.1.

We would like to remind our users that the nightly release can be considered equivalent to alpha release and chances are that you may end up bricking your smartphone while flashing the custom ROM and we do not endorse rooting or flashing of devices.