The first Oxygen OS 13 build for the OnePlus 10 Pro is released by OnePlus alongside the Android 13 beta.

The first Oxygen OS 13 build for the OnePlus 10 Pro was officially released today by OnePlus, following a sneak glimpse during the OnePlus 10T launch event last week.

The first Oxygen OS 13 beta, which was made available today for the OnePlus 10 Pro, brings Android 13 to life on top of OnePlus’ unique design language. As we noted last week, the new design language is essentially Oppos ColorOS. Also slated for release soon is ColorOS 13.

Only the OnePlus 10 Pro has access to the initial OnePlus Android 13 beta build; subsequent builds for other devices are anticipated in the following weeks and months. Over a dozen smartphones will receive Android 13 updates, according to OnePlus. However, as of right moment, the OnePlus 10 Pro can only use the Android 13 beta in North America and India. The company promises that a beta for Europe will appear soon.

What’s fresh? Here is OnePlus’ whole changelog:

new behavior recognition functionality in Quantum Animation Engine 4.0, which recognizes complicated movements and offers optimum interactions. Animations are made to appear more natural and intuitive by adding bodily movements found in real life. enhances typefaces for easier reading. By adding inclusive and multicultural themes, graphics for features are enhanced and made better. Efficiency

expands the Home screen’s folders. Now, you may swipe through the folder’s pages to open apps in smaller folders and press to open apps in larger folders. controls media playback and enhances the Quick Settings interface. adds additional markup tools for modifying screenshots. Improves shelf. On the Home screen, the Shelf will automatically appear when you swipe down. continuous connection

earphone connectivity is improved to provide a more seamless experience. Personalization

increases the number of Always-On Display animations available with Bitmoji. Enhances Insight Always-On Display and offers more individualized Always-On Display options. Enhances the Canvas Always-On Display, adding new drawing tools and line colors. Privacy and security

adds a function to automatically pixelate screenshots from conversation. To safeguard your privacy, the system can recognize and automatically pixelate display names and profile photos in chat screenshots. adds routine clipboard data cleaning for privacy protection. enhances the Private Safe. All files are encrypted using the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) to increase the security of private files. both physical and digital well-being

Add Kid Space, which offers features like eye-protective display settings, ambient light reminders, and screen time limits. performance improvement
enhances the spatial sound field perception and more precise sound sourcing of Dolby Sound effects. gaming encounter

The frame rate will be stabilized, and improvements to HyperBoost GPA 4.0 will balance performance and power consumption in important situations. According to OnePlus, users must be running Oxygen OS 12 vA.15 in order to install. listed on OnePlus forums has a number of documented flaws, such as the phone occasionally stopping while recording movies, photos not saved when taken at 3.3x zoom, an arbitrary dot that appears on the screen while pairing a Bluetooth device, and more.

If necessary, you can download the Android 13 beta now on OnePlus forums and rollback packages allow you to return to stable Android 12 releases.

If OnePlus’ usual release schedule is followed, Oxygen OS 13 should begin to circulate by the end of the year, hopefully free of the trainwreck of bugs and problems that Oxygen OS 12 had.

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