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    OnePlus has finally unveiled the OxygenOS 13, which has a water-inspired look and the company is calling it “Aquamorphic Design.” The new software update will soon be available as an open beta update for the OnePlus 10 Pro users. With the OxygenOS 13, OnePlus is promising to offer minimalist icons, animations, and a variety of forms as well as textures, for a better experience.

    The new software version will include the Private Safe 2.0, which basically allows people to store their files and documents in a private place, where no other app can access it. It will also bring spatial audio and Dolby Atmos support, improvements to the Nearby Share feature, and App Streaming. There will also be new Always On Display (AoD) screens and one will also be able to control their music apps via the AoD screen.

    People will also see a Sidebar Toolbox, which is a feature taken from ColorOS. It is basically a folder of apps that one will find on the right edge of the screen and this folder lets you quickly access the apps. The company is also improving the default home launcher with the OxygenOS 13. It has increased the icon size of folders, which will allow people to access some applications a little faster without opening the folder.