[Exclusive] OnePlus’s UnifiedOS in Development, to be Announced with Flagship Smartphones in 2nd Half of – MySmartPrice


OnePlus, back in June 2021, announced a deeper integration with Oppo and revealed its plan to develop a Unified OS. The company gave up on HydrogenOS and replaced it with ColorOS in China. However, the unified operating system for the global markets is yet to be announced. Now, MySmartPrice has exclusively learnt that the OnePlus UnifiedOS will be announced in H2 2022, courtesy of Yogesh Brar. Let us take a closer look at the details,

OnePlus’ UnifiedOS will be Based on Android 13!

Yogesh further tells us that the upcoming unified operating system will be based on Google’s upcoming mobile operating system – Android 13. The upcoming unified operating system for the OnePlus devices will be announced with a OnePlus flagship handset. Yogesh reveals that the unified operating system for OnePlus devices is currently under the early development phase.

A recent leak suggested that the upcoming OnePlus unified operating system could be called H2OOS. Though, there is nothing officially confirmed yet on the same. In the past, we have heard rumours suggesting that the OnePlus’ unified operating system could be announced alongside the OnePlus 10 Pro global launch. However, a recent report cleared the air and revealed that OnePlus 10 Pro global units will boot OxygenOS 12, and not the unified OS.

To those unaware, the OnePlus 10 Pro is said to launch in global markets sometime in March/April 2022. The handset has already entered into the testing phase in the Indian as well as European region.

In other OnePlus related news, the company is said to launch a new handset under the Nord series. If the leaked information is to be believed, the upcoming OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G could launch later this week on 11th February. The company is also said to be working on an entry-level budget handset – OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite.

What are your expectations from the upcoming unified operating system for OnePlus devices? Do let us know down in the comments section.

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