OnePlus Launches new OxygenOS

OnePlus has released it’s own custom version of Android for the smartphone OnePlus One named OxygenOS. This features Android’s latest version of Lollipop, which was released last year. In January, we learned that OnePlus was working on a custom OS, and that they were in fact ending a partnership with Cyanogen.

In a blog posting OnePlus said:

In our first year, we focused on hardware; many of our founding members are passionate product people who have spent decades in the industry.

OnePlus went on to say:

Now, it’s time to take the next step. By creating our own operating system, we can quickly respond to user feedback and make it easier for you to continue playing a fundamental role in the future of OnePlus. Our goal for OxygenOS is to provide faster, more meaningful updates and a better-integrated range of services for every OnePlus user.

OnePlus also released a video featuring the Top Features in OxygenOS:

Do you have a OnePlus One? We are interested in hearing your thoughts on the new OS. Please feel free to share them in the comments below.

Matthew Evans

Matthew co-founded Goopply in 2013 and is the Executive Editor. Matthew handles all day to day operations and writes about technology such as Apple, Mobile Devices and Apps. Matthew is a blogger, developer and a former Radio Broadcaster. In his spare time Matthew enjoys hiking, baseball and taking pictures.

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