OxygenOS 13.1 will soon make its step to the OnePlus devices, and it looks like the company could implement the customizable app refresh rate feature in the new upgrade. Ultimately, this feature will raise the user experience with applications on the devices.
As the term reflects, the customizable app refresh rate feature allows you to manage the refresh rate of a particular app. Yes, you can customize which apps you want to enjoy at a 120Hz refresh rate, and can effectively lower it as per your requirements.
We recently found this amazing element in the Xiaomi 13 series. The flagship model is the first smartphone to bring the specific app refresh rate feature in the company. Consequently, under this feature, the maximum refresh rate is 120Hz, whereas the standard one is 60Hz.
Both options have their own perks. While the maximum refresh rate keeps everything crisp and clear, the standard refresh rate saves the battery. Overall, users can achieve the best balance between motion smoothness and battery life by dynamically adjusting the refresh rate.
Both Xiaomi 13 and 13 Pro users can now take full control of their refresh rate preferences. With this new feature, you can customize which apps you want to enjoy at a 120Hz refresh rate. pic.twitter.com/qjA6fzR2fn
— Lei Jun (@leijun) March 2, 2023
Thus, we would like to see such a feature in OnePlus devices that can help users to minimize and maximize the app refresh rate accordingly.
Following the lead, a user entered the community forum and pointed out that the specific refresh rate for each app feature is now available in the realme UI 4.0 as well. Looks like, the customizable app refresh rate feature is widely floating in the air, and we could soon track it in the OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1.
Since it is a small addition, the chances are that we will surely get such an implementation in the 13.1 version. Although, the tech maker has not uttered any word on this matter so far.
OxygenOS 13.1 is still under the hood. However, we anticipate finding some noticeable changes over previous upgrades in the forthcoming version.