OnePlus announced the OxygenOS 13 interface along with the unveiling of its new phone, as the interface came with a distinctive design and a new shape.
OxygenOS 13 Features
OxygenOS 13 will bring new features later this year, and will debut on OnePlus 10 Pro, and later on OnePlus 10T.
In addition, the interface will reach the OnePlus 8 series, Nord CE 2 Lite, and there are no details about other phones from the Nord series that will receive the update.
The new design of OxygenOS 13 will be like water, and OnePlus calls it Aquamorphic and creates soft, smooth images and icons with rounded edges.
The system colors will get darker as the day goes on, plus, the always-on display will have Bitmoji and Spotify integration.
The OxygenOS 13 interface will look more like ColorOS, plus one of the features that came with the interface is the sidebar toolbox, which is a folder of apps that you can quickly access from the edge of the screen.
The interface will bring a lot of new features, such as spatial audio, Dolby Atmos support, and improvements to close file sharing, as well as app-related features.
Plus, Private Safe 2.0 is a secret place, where you can store private files and documents that apps won’t be able to access.
OnePlus did not provide a time frame for the release of OxygenOS 13, but the company said that “OnePlus 10 Pro will get the beta version soon.
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