In February 2022, OnePlus announced that it has started working on the next version of OxygenOS that is OxygenOS 13. It will be based on the yet-to-be-released Android 13 operating system. The company plans to make the OxygenOS 13 experience much better than OxygenOS 12.
OnePlus and OPPO have announced their merger, and this makes OxygenOS fans worried. They are afraid of ColorOS would take over OxygenOS. Fortunately, that won’t happen. Pete Lau himself confirmed this information and said that OnePlus will continue to develop OxygenOS for its devices. OnePlus has announced an Open Year Forum (OEF) to discuss its plans to develop its OxygenOS 13 (Android 13) software.
At the moment, the OnePlus 10 Pro smartphone is under the Android 13 beta program and soon after that complete beta test, OnePlus will release the stable update for its consumers. Also, OnePlus has revealed some of its plans for OxygenOS 13, showing what the company is actively looking to develop.
The OnePlus OEF forum suggests that the development of OxygenOS 13 is progressing well. However, the company wanted to work with loyal OnePlus fans to bring practical developments to OxygenOS 13.
OnePlus also admitted that the release of OxygenOS 12 didn’t go as planned. Speaking about the features, the developer preview and beta updates highlight many amazing and exciting features. There is no doubt that the stable Android 13 will bring many new features, some will be different and some will be upgraded. You can check the OnePlus Android 13 (OxygenOS 13) key features here…
Let’s check out what happened in the online OEF
- OnePlus Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 UI
On the forum, the company has posted some follow-up actions for OxygenOS 13. The reaction from OnePlus fans triggered these actions. It plans to improve UI optimization and stability. It will also improve system compatibility and optimize some function paths.
OnePlus OxygenOS 13 will add more features to AOD like a music player. Zen Mode will be optimized to give users a more immersive and efficient experience. Completing the list, OnePlus plans to maintain positive communication with its users.
The company also didn’t hesitate to admit that the release of Android 12-based OxygenOS 13 didn’t go as planned. OnePlus said that it will try to improve the presentation with OxygenOS 12 in the coming days. He also said that the company will try to improve the quality of software build as well as improve the delivery of updates.
OnePlus said that it will only leverage the strengths of both Oppo and OnePlus to combine the best features of both operating systems to face strong competition in the market. Teams from both operating systems are ready to collaborate and develop operating system products together.