OnePlus have taken very further approaches when it comes to organizing widgets. OxygenOS presents the widget in a very simple way – a vertically scrolling list alphabetically. It divides the widgets into categories to make them easier to navigate. Simply click on the drop-down menu to find what you want in each category. It makes things a little easier, but there’s a lot of tapping involved.
But with the OnePlus Android 13 users will find the new and changed battery widget on their smartphone. Though, the OnePlus 10 Pro has already been in beta testing but didn’t find such changes. Well, some features are still under development, and with the final rollout of Android 13 users will see these changes on their devices.
OnePlus Android 13/OxygenOS 13 will bring new battery widget
For your information, the Battery Widget was introduced during the feature drop earlier this year. It gives you an idea of your device’s battery level and your connected device’s battery. It can tell you the level of your connected Bluetooth devices. If you’re using TWS earbuds, it will tell you the level of each bud.
The OnePlus Android 13-based OxygenOS 13 will bring a new battery widget. You can resize it to show different amounts of information. The widget can display up to four items, including the phone. When you shrink it, it will show you fewer items.
After the latest update, you will be able to take the widget and shrink it to show only one item. It will only show you the battery level of the device as a 2×1 square. This is useful if you’re trying to squeeze widgets into your setup.
However, it is somewhat counter-intuitive as to what the widget means. To give you a detailed look at your phone and connected devices. You use it to get at-a-glance information about the battery profile of everything. Useful or not, it’s there and you can use it if you’re using an eligible smartphone.