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OPPO Unveils All-New ColorOS 13 Based on Android 13

ColorOS 13

OPPO has unveiled its latest mobile operating system, ColorOS 13. It is one of the first OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) operating systems based on Android 13 to be launched.

ColorOS is a highly customized and richly designed Android-based mobile OS from OPPO. With over 500 million global monthly active users, ColorOS supports 67 languages, including English, Hindi, Thai, and Indonesian

OPPO has been working closely with Android to deliver the best possible operating system experience on ColorOS. OPPO announced in May at Google I/O, an annual developer conference, that the OPPO Find N and OPPO Find X5 Pro would be among the first smartphones worldwide to receive the Android 13 beta update.

ColorOS 13 integrates with Android 13’s underlying safety and privacy features and offers customization options similar to Google’s Material You. The beta version is for limited users only and will be released on a batch-by-batch basis.

ColorOS 13 includes a range of new smart features designed by OPPO to optimize the viewing experience on large displays, provide seamless interconnectivity between multiple devices, and boost productivity and efficiency. A brand-new design has also been introduced to the OS to deliver a concise, comfortable, and smooth Android experience.

ColorOS 13 Top Features

Material You theming

This will allow users to not only pick accent colors from a wallpaper but also apply those particular colors to the icons on the home screen and app drawer.

Quick settings 

The quick settings panel is expected to get a brand new design with ColorOS 13 update. Most notable changes include the music player getting its own dedicated space with two new large toggles beside it such as Wifi and Bluetooth settings as the default ones. 

Better compatibility with large display

With the ColorOS 13 update, the company may bring advanced and dedicated features to increase productivity while using tablets or foldable.

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