Oppo kept its word and launched ColorOS 13 at an event

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Author: Chanchal Hlader

As the name indicates, based on Google's Android 13, and of itself, brings up some notable issues, mostly concerning private data and protection.

Oppo hasn't exactly replicated every aspect of Android 13, notably on the physical front, where the firm has put one's own twist on things.

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The entire layout and feel of the UX has changed greatly. It is more polished, Oppo has a complete new uniform aesthetic that pervades most aspects of the UI.

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Font clarity has increased in various languages. A unique Quantum Animation Engine powers the UI motions, which even feature cognitive prediction for user interactions.

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ColorOS 13 includes the main Android colour palettes capabilities as well. You may either choose one of the pre-made palettes or create your own.

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Always on display, some process has been performed very well.  There is a fresh  already playing widget in terms of function. Spotify, is given an advantage.

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There is a lot of modification with the always-on display in generally. You can have an unique collection of things on the screen at any time.

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Bitmoji integration in the always-on display is a ColorOS 13 feature. It is a little avatar that may be displayed on the lock screen.

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It won't be static though, because it can respond to the time, weather, and specific phone actions.

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The Control Center has been updated as well. A unified media control widget enables you to swiftly switch among audio inputs and played devices.

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ColorOS 13 introduces a new linear layout for the Control Center. On the left are fast toggles, and on the right are alerts.

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Oppo's new cross-device cooperation tool, Multi-screen connect, has also been enhanced in ColorOS 13.

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Color OS 13's entire worldwide rollout plans are significantly more expansive, with roughly 35 brands and models included.

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