09/22/2021 12:32:54 PM
OnePlus and Oppo have announced that they will soon be merging their respective operating systems into a single operating system. OnePlus and Oppo CPO co-founder and CEO Pete Lau has revealed some key details of the unified platform that will be rolled out over the next year. From a blog post, the next flagship smartphone series will run on the new operating system in 2022.
The new operating system, which he calls “OnePlus 2.0”, will be adaptable for all OnePlus devices so that its status as clean and lightweight software will be retained. It will continue to support bootloader unlocking as well.
According to a statement by Lau: “By bundling our software resources in order to concentrate on a uniform and updated operating system for OnePlus and Oppo devices worldwide, we will combine the strengths of both in one system. Even more efficient operation: the fast and smooth one Operation.” System, load-free OxygenOS experience as well as the stability and variety of ColorOS functions. “
What’s next for OnePlus? @PeteLau talks about his vision for the future.
– OnePlus (@oneplus) September 20, 2021
OnePlus will continue to focus on improving its camera performance by developing better color science with Hasselblad. It will also develop new sensors, lenses, and other technologies. The company also announced that its affordable product lines will be localized while continuing to offer premium and ultra-premium flagship smartphones worldwide.
What’s more the company has also canceled the OnePlus 9T This year. However, rumors say the company could launch the OnePlus 9RT in place of the OnePlus 9T next month.
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