Oppo has introduced a brand new Aquamorphic design for ColorOS 13, which creates a fluid, vibrant and comprehensive user interface. The Android 13-based ColorOS 13 has a new themed palette inspired by the changing color of light at sea level at sunrise and sunset.
The new system font also improves the readability of system text in all languages. The Android 13-based ColorOS 13 is designed to provide a concise and comfortable visual experience based on Aquamorphic design, along with other enhancements such as a card-style layout.
ColorOS 13 Dynamic Computing Engine
ColorOS 13 debuts the new Dynamic Computing Engine, OPPO’s system-level technology solution developed in-house to deliver a smoother and more stable system and fundamentally improve user experience across the globe.
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This engine brings two major improvements to ColorOS 13, including longer battery life and the ability to keep more apps open in the background. OPPO’s Dynamic Computing Engine improves hardware processing time and extends battery life by improving the balance between high performance and low power consumption.
It also helps keep more apps in the background, allowing you to switch between multiple apps without losing your in-app status or experiencing lag while switching.
ColorOS 13 provides a more intuitive user experience by integrating various Aquamorphic effects into the system animations, user interface, and Quantum Animation Engine, along with new behavioral predictions about user interaction intent.
It features blank images, an adaptive layout for different screen sizes, and recognizable icons to improve readability and overall usability. In addition, the new Homeland series, which is always on display, conveys powerful scenes of wild animals in the great outdoors. This always-on animation shows changes from daily temperature changes to animal homes, drawing attention to climate change and the planet we live on.