In the wake of Android 12, smartphone manufacturers are meticulously working to put their Android programs up ahead of the list. On the list, OPPO has eventually revealed the ColorOS 12 globally, and it also identified the spot desirously.
Now, the company is gearing up yet another upgrade for the ColorOS and it will be dubbed ColorOS 13. Currently, very few models of OPPO and OnePlus haven’t yet been updated with the official version, and the latest version is expected to be rolled out in mid-August. Amazingly, there is new information hovering around the next-generation system, ColorOS 13.
According to Weibo’s popular tech blogger Digital Chat Station, ColorOS 13 would probably change the design of the mobile phone control, and a few systems will also get to see a few turnovers. In addition, the new system will also enhance the background retention rate and the adaptation of free small windows, etc.
The image shared by the tipster suggests that the ColorOS 13 control center will have an adjusting switch style, with default, window, prism, square and other styles. Notably, the image further reveals that the previous OPPO Sans font will be related to OPlus Sans, which is concurring with the change of OnePlus positioning this year.
The tech tipster previously ventured about the OnePlus positioning and he revealed that after the change in positioning can be regarded as an independent sub-brand of Green Factory, which predominantly follows up online e-commerce, and the revamped product lineup is quite correlated to Blue Factory and early in.
Furthermore, According to tech blogger WHYLAB, ColorOS 13 is likely to be tested externally in July and will be officially tested in August. More often, when the new system drops at the device, it will be combined with both the previous generation as well as the newer version, and the review is entirely based on the futuristic innovation bestowed on the newer generation.