- OPPO brings Android 13 based ColorOS 13 to more devices
- The ColorOS 13 includes some substantial enhancements to the smartphones
In August last year, OPPO released it’s ColorOS 13 based on the latest Android 13. At the time of launch, it was only limited to some flagship devices like OPPO Find X5 and X5 Pro. However, since then, the number has been steadily increasing, and now it’s coming to mid-range and budget devices.
The beta version of the ColorOS 13 is already out for OPPO F21s Pro 5G, F19s, F19, and A77s. It will be available for OPPO F19 Pro from February 14. On the other hand, the official version of the ColorOS 13 is out for OPPO Find X2, Reno8 Pro 5G, Reno8 5G, Reno7 Pro 5G, Reno7 5G, Reno6 Pro 5G, Reno6 5G, Reno5 Pro 5G, F21s Pro, F21 Pro 5G, F21 Pro, F19 Pro+, K10 5G, K10, A96, A76 and A74 5G.
OPPO F21s Pro 5G will get the official version from February 7, and OPPO F19s, F19, and A77s will get the official version from February 22.
OPPO ColorOS 13 Features
ColorOS 13 substantially enhances smartphones with its always-on displays and several Material You features. The Aquamorphic Design softens the corners of widgets and the overall user interface. It also improves the iconography and animations.
Moreover, the ColorOS includes a new Bitmoji and music player widget for the always-on display. Another significant element is extensive statistics on the use of the always-on display, including how frequently the display was unlocked.
The latest OS also enhances the security and privacy of OPPO devices with its features, like automatically blurring contact names from chat screenshots. Furthermore, customers of other OPPO devices, such as the OPPO Pad Air tablet and Windows computers, can access an all-new multi-screen functionality.
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