OnePlus Will Launch Its ‘Oxygen’ Android ROM On February 12
OnePlus launched its private mannequin of Android for its One smartphone earlier this month in response to its standoff with Cyanogen, and now the company has revealed that it will unveil its private ROM which could possibly be put in on third-get collectively Android models on February 12.
Named ‘Oxygen’, OnePlus described it as being “open, customizable, and free of bloat and pointless choices,” nevertheless these are the one particulars you’re getting for now. That obscure description chimes with the Android fork for the One, which is initially based mostly totally on Google’s stock mannequin of Android nevertheless is perhaps tweaked with new choices over time.
“We’ve spent a lot of time inquisitive about what this ROM means to us and our followers. We realized that, like the whole thing we do, our true purpose is to make the product that we ourselves would wish to make use of—to make good know-how additional accessible for everyone,” OnePlus said in a publish.
OnePlus’s entry into the software program program facet of the smartphone enterprise is an fascinating one. Xiaomi was the first primary agency to develop every smartphones and its private working system, and its success and distinctive id has triggered fairly a couple of totally different corporations to do comparable. Letv merely launched its first smartphone and private LeOS, whereas Cyanogen itself has grown its reputation by way of gives with Micromax and OnePlus, whereas — according to research — there may be a tie-in with Microsoft coming.