Oppo presents ColorOS 13 with visual changes and better collaboration between devices

Oppo today introduced ColorOS 13 to global audiences. The user interface is based on Android 13 and has many visual changes

The company promised that its operating system will reach Find X5 and Find X5 Pro by the end of this month, and a total of 60 versions will get it by the end of the first half of 2023.

Changes to the always-on display include Bitmojis and information about music currently playing. This last widget currently only works with Spotify and the built-in music app

Oppo also offers always-on availability information, including when and how much the phone was unlocked.

The playback control has also made its way to the control center, as the panel has naturally evolved beyond its primary use as a notification shade

Functional changes in ColorOS 13 come with privacy and security improvements. The UI now automatically pixelates avatars and names in chat screenshots

Multi-device multi-screen collaboration works with the Oppo Air tablet or any Windows laptop.

We had the chance to test the interface for ourselves before the event. We even made a review for you to read later.