By TechThop Team
Posted on: 22 Aug, 2022
Apple releases a new mobile operating system, and it's probably just a matter of time before it's available for download. As a result of how phone manufacturers change things to suit their devices, the same is not true for people living in the Android world.
The only Android phones that work reliably are the ones made by Google, and everyone else should make changes to match their phones.
A new version of Android was released just last week, so some users may have to wait quite a long time.
A mobile maker isn't far behind, Oppo revealed the next version of ColorOS will be available very soon, ColorOS 13, which is based on Android 13.
As with Google's emphasis on personalization and look, ColorOS 13 will likely cover look too, with card layouts, a color change that changes depending on the light at sunrise and sunset, as well as some tweaks to images loading on the screen when using Oppo always-on displays.
A change to Oppo's always-on display technology will also be made in this year's Find X5 Pro, with a refresh rate of 1Hz. As a result, battery life will be improved because screens only need to display the time and phone updates.
The company says its new operating system will include a 'Dynamic Computing Engine' that should improve performance all around, managing resources and power consumption.
As well to improvements for how Oppo phones can be used with computers, ColorOS 13 will add security changes, and interestingly, will begin to be released very soon.
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