All Your Questions Answered About Next OnePlus UI

OnePlus launched the OnePlus 10T 5G in India and around the world last night at an offline event in New York City. In addition to the latest flagship, OnePlus has also launched the next generation of its OxygenOS 13 Android skin, which will get an all-new design, making it very similar to Oppo’s ColorOS Android skin. Let’s take a look at everything new with the OnePlus OxygenOS 13.


OxygenOS 13 would soon be available in Open Beta and will launch on the OnePlus 10 Pro first. The next generation OxygenOS will also be rolled out for the newly launched OnePlus 10T 5G later this year. No timeline has been given for the public rollout and when the OxygenOS 13 update will launch on other OnePlus devices.


If you’re wondering if your OnePlus smartphone will get OxygenOS 13, look no further. Here’s a full list of OnePlus devices that are eligible for the OxygenOS 13 update:

  • OnePlus 8
  • OnePlus 8 Pro
  • OnePlus 8T
  • OnePlus 9
  • OnePlus 9 Pro
  • OnePlus 9R
  • OnePlus 9RT
  • OnePlus 10 Pro
  • OnePlus 10R
  • OnePlus 10T
  • OnePlus North 2
  • OnePlus North 2T 5G
  • OnePlus North CE
  • OnePlus North CE 2
  • OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite

Basically, OnePlus 8 and newer flagships are getting the OxygenOS 13 update, while in the OnePlus Nord series, OnePlus Nord 2 and newer devices are eligible for the OxygenOS 13 update.


The most obvious change with OxygenOS 13 is that OnePlus promises an all-new design that the company says is “inspired by water”. The company calls this design language ‘Aquamorphic Design’. From how it looks, the new design is a transition to a more ColorOS-like interface, something OnePlus has been criticized for before. The user interface has softer, more rounded edges for windows for a more enjoyable viewing experience.

Aside from the looks, there are other performance improvements and new features that will come with OxygenOS 13. First, OnePlus users get an always-on display feature. The OxygenOS 13 Always-On display also allows users to integrate apps such as Spotify and Bitmoji. Furthermore, the launcher will also get improvements and there will be a new Sidebar Toolbox, which we have seen on Oppo’s ColourOS. It works the same way because you can add applications or actions to it and launch them right away by swiping the toolbox out.

Other new features include the introduction of Spatial Audio and Dolby Atmos support, an audio toggle to switch seamlessly between Bluetooth headphones and earphones, and Near Share and App streaming to share the phone’s screen with ChromeOS devices. OxygenOS 13 also brings a new feature called Private Safe 2.0, which secures data, documents and media files in a virtual vault so that they cannot be accessed by other applications.

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