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OnePlus One Announced OxygenOS

OnePlus has officially unveiled their own operating system based on Android 5.0.2, and it’s called the OxygenOS.

According to the company, OxygenOS was built with the hopes of providing “faster, more meaningful updates and a better-integrated range of services for every OnePlus user.”


It added that in line with their goal of keeping OxygenOS “light and essential” the OnePlus team didn’t really do a complete overhaul of the Android Lollipop. Instead they kept what makes sense to them and their users and added some subtle improvements on performance and battery life.

Everything you need to know about OnePlus OxygenOS can be found on this link – this includes some of its features, and a pretty detailed guide on how you can flash the OS to your smartphone.


This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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3 Responses

  1. Zobel says:

    Who cares?! if I can’t put CyanogenMod on it, I ain’t buying.

    • wakawaka says:

      #CyanoShit ba ka mo?

    • rockz says:

      Non-sense comment ever …

      Oxy is another OS designed for 1+. They have set their own rule and bake it to their ROM. Oxy is not CM nor offerd the same. Oxy has different goals and plans same goes with CM.

      I flashed this on my 1+1, its smooth and fast. All is well except that it doesn’t have all the basics of the phone features they are advertising, such as AudioFX, 4k video and many others.

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