Oppo has begun rolling out ColorOS 13, based on Android 13, on its two flagship smartphones. The Manufacturer has undoubtedly kept up with software updates and is one of the best students in the class.
The Chinese company is beginning to roll out ColorOS 13, based on Android 13. However, as expected, the more expensive models, the Oppo Find X5 Pro and Oppo Find X5 benefit first. The countries affected by these Updates include France, Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Remember that the Oppo Find X5 Pro, which had been running ColorOS 13 beta since late August, was able to download the OS’s stable version. On the other hand, the ColorOS 13 has a messenger bag full of intriguing new features. By providing a pallet of six colors, somewhat of four, Oppo has chosen to push the Monet mode, which borrows colors from your wallpaper and applies them to the entire system even further.
A revamp of the shortcuts pane has improved the visibility of the three primary tiles, two of which may be customized and one of which cannot be moved. Another pleasant novelty is the ability to automatically muddle names and avatars after taking a screenshot of a chat in Messenger or WhatsApp.
ColorOS 13 allows you to multitask while hiding a private window, further enhancing user security and privacy. This time around, Android 13 has made the automatic deletion of the clipboard after a predetermined amount of time a part of the game.