OxygenOS 13.1 could bring new features to OnePlus Camera app

OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1 camera

Android 13-based OxygenOS 13.1 could make its way to the user floor with some new features for the OnePlus Camera app. That says the new leak on the online social media platform these days.

The story outline begins when recently a tipster dropped a new post on the Twitter channel. According to the revealed details, the ColorOS 13.1 upgrade will bring a few minor changes to the device’s camera app design.

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While the post only defines the information regarding the next ColorOS version, a possibility is that we may find similar changes in the OnePlus Camera app with the OxygenOS 13.1 build version.

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Why such an assumption? Well, Samsung has already released the Android 13 uprooted One UI 5.1 rollout for its devices. To be noticed, the new additions mainly include camera app alterations and dynamic changes to the Gallery section.

OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1 camera

Thus, we might expect OnePlus to add at least a handful of tweaks to the camera section of the device. This will probably enhance the lens experience and will optimize the related features to more extent. Besides, it could be an interesting pinch to users who have been reporting camera quality issues for a long time.

On the flip side, OnePlus itself made likewise statement in earlier days. As per the points, the 13.1 version is said to make notable changes and improvements in terms of performance, privacy, and security segments, as well as in multimedia scenarios.

Pleading the tweet, the tipster shared a comparison between the ColorOS 13 and 13.1 camera app changes. At this moment, we can only observe differences in the design and icons. However, we could get more add-ons at the official release.

OnePlus OxygenOS 13.1 camera
First Image: ColorOS 13, Second Image: ColorOS 13.1

Apart from these tugs, the tipster mentioned that ColorOS 13.1 will debut on the consumer platform on 21st March. Eventually, all the improvements of this version will be carried on to OxygenOS 13.1. Thus, in just a few days, we will get an idea of what new terms will appear with the next upgrade.


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