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OnePlus 10 Pro is now getting the Android 13 update

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Good news for users of the OnePlus 10 Pro. An Android 13 update is now rolling out for the smartphone, the latest version of the mobile operating system.

OnePlus 10 Pro Android 13 update rolls out

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OnePlus announces the rollout of the Android 13 update for the OnePlus 10 Pro on its official forum. The company has been testing the update through betas for a while and now it’s time for the final release. OnePlus says that the Android 13 update is gradually being rolled out to everyone. So it may take a while before you see the latest version on your 10 Pro.

The most important innovation in the update is the so-called ‘Aquamorphic Design’. This gives the software a new lick of paint and animations, apps and widgets are adjusted. It is important to know that OxygenOS, the software shell of OnePlus, will look more like Oppo’s ColorOS due to the new design. And that’s a shame, because the OnePlus software was characterized by the clean Android experience.

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OnePlus 10 Pro Android 13-update

OnePlus is also quite fast with the Android 13 update for the 10 Pro. Google released the update last month and so far only a handful of smartphones have been updated to the new Android version. The company even manages to beat Samsung, which is known for its good and fast update policy.

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Do you have another OnePlus phone? The company’s next phone to receive Android 13 is the OnePlus 10T. Other devices will follow, such as the OnePlus 9 (Pro) and smartphones in the Nord line. Also check our article in which we list all OnePlus smartphones that get Android 13.

Also new in Android 13

The update of OnePlus also includes the other improvements of Android 13. For example, the successor to Android 12 focuses even more on privacy, giving you more control over which media files are shared with apps.

Also new is that Android 13 makes apps multilingual. This is useful if you speak two languages ​​and, for example, find it useful to use certain applications in a different language. You can set this via the settings, although not all apps support this new feature yet.

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