OnePlus has officially introduced OxygenOS 14 while running the closed beta program for its eligible devices. No doubt, the company is adding innovative features and one of them is the all-new Fluid Cloud feature of OnePlus OxygenOS 14.
What is a Fluid Cloud?
The manufacturer has focused on every aspect of the device with the next coming software. Eventually, OnePlus has recreated the status bar that can reflect various forms of real-time services with low disturbance. At the same time, it will ensure that services follow the user’s preferences, according to different service statuses and varying info priorities.
Speaking of which, the Fluid Cloud in OnePlus OxygenOS 14 integrates various interactions such as bubbles, capsules, and Pop-up windows to provide a unified style to display notifications in the status bar. It can work on different types of devices including phones, tablets, and watches.
A different take!
Yes, the Chinese OEM is proving that OxygenOS is capable of uplifting the bar of innovation and delivering a seamless experience to its users. After the impressive Dynamic Island feature, the company dropped the iconic Fluid Cloud capability. It seems like exploring OxygenOS 14 will be enjoyable now.
Here's how the OxygenOS 14's Fluid Cloud feature works while using multiple apps.
In HarmonyOS, the capsules will stack on one another but in ColorOS it creates a separate bubble. pic.twitter.com/RpKrrQwfm7
— Shishir (@ShishirShelke1) September 27, 2023
Note that something like Fluid Cloud also resides in ColorOS and HarmonyOS. However, the Nord developer has given a useful twist to this addition. The feature can work for an individual as well as multiple apps at a time. It will provide real-time updates regarding the operations of an app at the top-left corner of the screen. Do you like the feature? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section.