The OnePlus 10 Pro receives stable Android 13, outperforming Samsung flagships
In August of this year, when it launched the OnePlus 10T, OnePlus demonstrated OxygenOS 13, which is based on Android 13. The company just said that the OnePlus 10 Pro would receive the upgrade first; it did not specify a release date for the OS. The first OxygenOS 13 open beta was made available to the public a week after the announcement in order to solicit feedback and bug complaints. The BBK-owned business has announced the public release of the OnePlus 10 Pro OS almost one and a half months later.
The new “Aquamorphic Design” style and animations in OxygenOS 13 are comparable to those in Android 13 on the Pixels. This marks the first significant version of OnePlus’ skin since the company abandoned its plan to combine OxygenOS and ColorOS. As both skins will continue to use the same codebase, don’t be shocked if OxygenOS 13 incorporates several ColorOS features.
Impressively quickly, OnePlus updated the OnePlus 10 Pro to the stable Android 13 release. Only the Google Pixel series of smartphones have so far received the stable Android 13 update. Although the stable edition of Samsung’s One UI 5 for the Galaxy S21 and S22 series is anticipated to launch at least in mid-October, the beta program is already active. The problem is that OnePlus is notorious for pushing out problematic releases to its products, thus OxygenOS 13 might experience the same fate.
- Aquamorphic Design
- Adds Aquamorphic Design theme colors for enhanced visual comfort.
- Seamless interconnection
- Security & privacy
- Health & Digital wellbeing
- Performance optimization
- Gaming experience
Users of the OnePlus 10 Pro who have the Open Beta build installed on their devices are currently able to get the update. To incorporate additional consumers, the corporation will progressively broaden the distribution.