A week ago, OnePlus took the revealed its most recent Android based custom ROM named as the OxygenOS for its killer flagship One smartphone. While the company is maintaining the silence regarding the details of the ROM spared till February 12th, GizmoChina states that it have received screenshots of it, uncovering what’s to anticipate from the OxygenOS.
From the screenshot pictures, OxygenOS appears to come in Flat looking UI. One intriguing thing, On the other hand, icons in the menu are sorted by its functionality. Despite the fact that in the images, they don’t looks sorted accurately. The lockscreen likewise have a insignificant minimum design with almost no data showing on it.
“We’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what this ROM means to us and our fans. We realized that, like everything we do, our true goal is to make the product that we ourselves would want to use—to make great technology more accessible for everyone,” Bradon Harwood, Marketing Specialist at OnePlus has said during the announcement. “When we designed the One, we went back to the drawing board, creating a smartphone that offers a bold, powerful, straight-forward experience. And, that’s exactly what we plan to do with our ROM,” he included.
In the midst of a contention with Cyanogen Inc over the utilization of software producer’s Android-based Operating System Cyanogen OS, OnePlus had affirmed toward the end of last year that it was working on its own custom ROM based on Android for its One smartphone.
Look how rapidly the company has developed its custom ROM over Android Lollipop, it was clear that CyanogenOS won’t have a ton of exclusive features. The company bounced the same message at the affirmation at the end of last month, however affirmed that it will be including more features it can in the future span.