OnePlus has today unveiled more details about their new upcoming OxygenOS ROM that is currently in development, and answer a few questions regards who will be developing it and what we can expect from OxygenOS when it arrives.
The release date of OxygenOS is edging closer and OnePlus has employed the most talented industrial designers and mechanical engineers in the world, the company says. They have also unveiled the new logo for the OxygenOS ROM which is pictured above.
Before the new OxygenOS ROM can be downloaded a number of certifications must be completed and a full stable build is currently being tested by One Plus who explains a little more :
“As we’ve promised before, OxygenOS will not ship with any bloatware. We’re keeping it clean and streamlined for performance. We value things like battery life and system efficiency, so we’ve remained true to our ROM’s namesake and created a seamless experience that is lightweight and essential.
With OxygenOS being such an important part of the OnePlus lineup, we wanted our new logo to maintain the core principles of our brand. With a familiar shape and design, the OxygenOS logo is dominated by red, contrasting the negative space that characterizes the OnePlus logo. Together, these designs represent the harmony between hardware and software, working to create a perfect balance within the OnePlus ecosystem.
OxygenOS is built with the same focus on quality and community-driven design that you’ve come to expect from our hardware, and the simplicity of our new logo extends to the software itself. We care about providing our users with the best experience, and we will never differentiate just for the sake of differentiation. We promise that any additional features will be non-obtrusive and extremely useful (tap-to-wake and customizable navigation buttons, for example). With OxygenOS, we want to build something that works for users and gets out of their way. And, that’s exactly what we are doing.”
For more information on the new OxygenOS and the team of developers that will be creating it jump over to the OnePlus blog website for details via the link below.
Source: OnePlusFiled Under: Android News, Mobile Phone News, Technology News