OnePlus OxygenOS 13 and Samsung One UI 5.0 are continuously grabbing users’ attention with their seamless and iconic features. Meanwhile, many fans are busy distinguishing which operating system serves the best functioning in smartphones. To simplify this, here is an interesting comparison between OxygenOS 13 and One UI 5 animations.
On exploring Android 13 on OnePlus and Samsung phones, we found that OxygenOS 13 animations are smoother than One UI 5.0. From easy transitions to ultimate zip-zap navigation gestures, every swipe and scroll is extremely efficient and smooth over Samsung’s latest One UI 5.0 operating system.
Fingerprint Animations: To begin with, OxygenOS 13 offers more than 5 fingerprint animations with a variety of uniqueness. These include Fizz, Bubble, Stardust, Cosmos, Ripple, Stripe, and Fireworks. While One UI 5 has only one option to showcase. You can learn more about the OxygenOS 13 fingerprint animation HERE.
Slides & Windows: Another piece of smoothness is changing the slides. OxygenOS 13 jumps faster and smoothly to multiple windows over One UI 5. There is no lag, or unnecessary drags while making a swipe through the home screen to the app drawer. In a blink, you can open or close a tab.
Notification Panel: Next, the notification shade of OxygenOS 13 is far more effective than any other software. It not only gives a stable touch for flagship devices but also for mid-range gadgets. You can easily tap and operate any function instantly from the notification panel without making an extra effort to visit a particular app.
Home Screen: Last, but not least, the entire OxygenOS 13 UI on the home screen exhibits a smooth layout in comparison to One UI 5. The addition of widgets, the opening of an app, changing icons, and creating folders are more effective than anything else.
Perhaps, there aren’t many differences between OxygenOS 13 and One UI 5 animations. However, in some manner, OxygenOS 13 shows better and faster system fluidity than Samsung’s surface. On the flip side, Samsung lags in many places with 50% of the animations. Thus, it won’t be wrong to say that Samsung will take 2-3 more to stand and compete with the OxygenOS animations.