A large portion of a month after OnePlus declared that it’s becoming an Oppo sub-brand, it has uncovered that it’s additionally merging its OxygenOS with its new parent organization’s ColorOS. The two brands have gone to the decision to “best leverage [their] shared resources” and to standardize the software experience across their portfolio. However, what does OnePlus mean precisely when it said that they’re “working on integrating the codebase of OxygenOS and ColorOS?” It said you may not see a distinction, on the grounds that the changes are occurring in the scenes.
OxygenOS will in any case be the operating system for OnePlus devices released all around the world. As they notes, OnePlus telephones released in China previously run ColorOS, and that will probably stay the case — it’s simply that the operating systems will presently shade a codebase. All new devices the sub-brand will delivery will run the new OxygenOS, while current gadgets that are as yet getting updates will get the new stage by means of an over-the-air update.
Talking about refreshes, OnePlus is promising better and longer Android update support, which currently matches Samsung’s, with the change. The OnePlus 8 series and the brand’s newer to date leaders will get three significant Android updates and four years of security updates going ahead. In the interim, the first Nord and any newer Nord and Nord CE gadgets will get two significant Android and three years of safety refreshes. At long last, the moderate Nord N series telephones beginning from the N10 and the N100 will get one significant Android update and three years of security updates. Sadly, you can keep expecting two significant Android and three years of safety refreshes on the off chance that you have a lead more seasoned than the OnePlus 8.
When the consolidation was declared, the organizations said OnePlus will remain autonomously worked. Since the move was intended to pool their assets and to all the more likely smooth out their operations, however, linking their operating systems all the more intently doesn’t come as surprise.