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OxygenOS 13 based on stable Android 13 is now available for the OnePlus 10 Pro.

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OnePlus has recently begun distributing the stable release of OxygenOS 13, which is based on Android 13. The OS, which has been in beta for some time, has now been made public.

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer posted a notice on its community site announcing the release of OxygenOS 13’s stable build. Although the OnePlus 10 Pro model, the company’s flagship smartphone, is the only one to receive the upgrade. Notably, the business also stated that OxygenOS 13 customers who took part in the Open Beta test versions would be the first to receive the upgrade, which will be released in stages.

To put it another way, a wider rollout will begin soon after. A slow rollout gives the business time to determine whether the new, significant software upgrade has any serious bugs or problems. It has been stated that OxygenOS 13 Open Beta would be released for the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro variants in addition to the stable version. Currently, India, Europe, and North America are all receiving the OnePlus 10 Pro OxygenOS 13 upgrade with firmware version NE2211 11 C.19. The other two regions are receiving it with NE2213 11 C.19.

The new aqua morphic appearance in OxygenOS 13 for the OnePlus 10 Pro improves visual comfort. Additionally, it provides a number of new features to improve multitasking effectiveness. Notably, owners of the 10 Pro who want to upgrade their phones should bear in mind that at least 50% of their storage space should be free and that they should maintain their devices charged to about 30% of their capacity.

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