News Tech: In terms of overall sales, Oppo is the largest phone manufacturer in the world, surpassing Samsung. However, Oppo isn’t lagging behind when it comes to the announcement and release of the most recent Android 13 update for its phones. Oppo’s ColorOS 13 user interface, which has been refreshed with a new look that the company calls Aquamorphic, is installed on top of the most recent version of Android. The new Android paint job has numerous layers, including a Theme Palette that was “inspired by the changing colour of light between sunrise and sunset at sea level,” according to Oppo. The new system font also makes system text easier to read in all languages.
We’ve been running the Android 13 beta on the Oppo Find X5 Pro for a while now, and can attest to the claims of better visuals and readability, as well as the more refined icon graphics. ColorOS 13 is also throwing in a great Always-On Display mode dubbed “Homeland,” which “depict powerful scenes of wild animals in nature.”
OPPO’s Dynamic Computing Engine improves the scheduling of hardware resources to extend battery life by achieving a better balance between high performance and low power consumption. It also helps to keep more apps alive in the background, making it possible to switch between multiple apps without losing the status within an app or experiencing lag when switching. Since Oppo’s flagships have one of the best phone displays out there, the company uses the features of those panels to lower the Always-On Display refresh rate down to their 1Hz minimum to save up to 30% on the Always-On battery draw.
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