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OnePlus Merges OxygenOS With Oppo’s ColorOS to ‘Improve’ User Experience

The new move by the Chinese company comes just a couple of weeks after it announced its formal merger with Oppo on the operational front. OnePlus and Oppo, which both are owned by Guangdong-based conglomerate BBK Electronics, have been working closely for quite some time. However, the companies decided to make their collaboration public after they integrated their research and development (R&D) resources.

Through a forum post, OnePlus has announced the merger of OxygenOS with ColorOS and highlighted that the change will come at the codebase level. This means that the end users are not likely to notice any significant changes — at least for some time.

“OxygenOS remains the OS for global OnePlus users as always, but now built on a more stable and stronger platform,” the company said.