OnePlus, Oppo to to Combine OxygenOS, ColorOS Into a Unified Operating System in 2022; No OnePlus 9T This...
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OnePlus and Oppo are combining their custom OxygenOS and ColorOS custom skins into a new unified operating system based on Android, OnePlus Co-Founder Pete Lau said in a forum post. Lau in a separate media interview confirmed that OnePlus has no plans to launch the OnePlus 9T this year.
OnePlus and Oppo have decided to combine their custom OxygenOS and ColorOS skins into a new unified operating system, OnePlus Co-Founder and CEO and Oppo CPO Pete Lau has revealed in a forum post. The new operating system will be a part of the next OnePlus flagship series that is planned for 2022. It comes as a result of the merger between OnePlus and Oppo that became official earlier this year. In a separate media interaction, Lau confirmed that OnePlus isn't planning to bring the OnePlus 9T as its new T-series device later this year.

Lau said in his post on the OnePlus Community forums that the unified operating system would keep the DNA of OxygenOS alongside giving users an "upgraded experience overall." He also revealed that the teams working on the integration between OxygenOS and ColorOS that will eventually be available as the unified software platform are headed by OxygenOS head Garry C.

"By combining our software resources to focus on one unified and upgraded operating system for both OnePlus and Oppo devices globally, we will combine the strengths from both into one even more powerful OS: the fast and smooth, burdenless experience of OxygenOS, and the stability and rich features of ColorOS," Lau said.

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