To create a Unified OS for future OnePlus and Oppo smartphones, the two companies announced a merger last year to integrate OxygenOS with ColorOS. While the OnePlus 10 Pro was supposed to ship with the Unified OS at the same time, that hasn’t happened yet. According to the most recent reports, OnePlus and Oppo’s unified OS will be ready for the second quarter of 2022 at the earliest.
OnePlus Unified OS Tipped to be Launched Soon
The unified operating design is implemented with such a OnePlus flagship which will be released in the second half of 2022, according to leaker Yogesh Brar. There’s no word yet on which OnePlus 10 smartphone will be the standard model, but that’s the most likely scenario.
When Google’s I/O event takes place in May, the company is expected to unveil Android 13, the next generation of its mobile operating system. According to the tipster, the OnePlus-Oppo OS is presently in its infancy. As a result, an early 2022 launch appears to be an option.
According to previous rumours, Microsoft’s unified operating system will be renamed. H2OOS has been speculated as the name, but this is unlikely to be the case.
There was a unified operating system announced last year and expected to be available on the OnePlus flagship device in initial 2022, for those who don’t remember. However, the OnePlus 10 Pro is expected to ship globally with OxygenOS 12 in 2022, according to recent reports. OnePlus as well replaced HydrogenOS (China’s OxygenOS) with ColorOS as part of this merger, but the change has yet to be released to global markets.
It’s important to note that this is all speculation at this time, so we’ll have to queue for an official announcement from OnePlus on the matter. We are going to expect that to eventuate really soon.
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