OnePlus has decided to implement some measures in order to provide users with faster OS updates. Specifically, the company has chosen to merge its Oxygen OS and Hydrogen OS, both based on Android OS, according to XDA Developers.
OnePlus’ Oxygen OS is the AOSP ROM that was initially designed by former members of the Paranoid Android team while Hydrogen OS is the Chinese ROM that was designed to take into consideration market needs, like a simpler UI that seems to resemble the style on iPhone devices.
OnePlus intends to combine the two development teams in the near future and thus consolidate resources. In addition, updates to users will be brought faster, which is the main reason this move was taken in the first place.
Aside from this, the company will surely improv… (read more)
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