Oppo has recently introduced the latest iteration of its operating system, ColorOS 14, which has begun its global beta rollout in select regions. The Oppo Find N2 Flip is slated to be the first device to receive the stable version of this OS in mid-November. Here’s an overview of what’s new in ColorOS 14 and its unique features:
Enhanced Trinity Engine: This new engine includes ROM Vitalization, which compresses app and file data to potentially save up to 20GB of storage on a typical smartphone. RAM Vitalization replaces the standard Android RAM management, improving the retention of background apps. Lastly, CPU Vitalization optimizes the balance between chipset performance and power consumption.
Smart Charging System: Utilizing AI algorithms, this system adjusts the charging current based on usage patterns, aiming to minimize battery wear.
Privacy and Convenience Upgrades: The introduction of Picture Keeper enhances privacy by requiring additional permissions to access selected photos and videos. Smart Image Matting now allows for the cropping of multiple subjects from photos or video stills.
Additionally, Smart Touch enables users to select and collect text, images, and videos from various apps into the File Dock, a clipboard-like feature that syncs across ColorOS devices.
Snapchat Integration: ColorOS 14 offers a Snapchat shortcut on the lockscreen and a dedicated widget on the Shelf for quick access and updates.