After few delays and to end up tiff with CyanogenMod, here’s OnePlus answer to all the queries, Oxygen OS is now up for download. As promised back near the start of the year, this Cyanogen replacement is all about a “back to basics” approach that keeps things stock unless the startup thinks a new feature would be genuinely useful.
OnePlus saying that in the first year they were focused on Hardware but now in the second year they have also built an Operating System. Here’s what their official blog reads as:
In our first year, we focused on hardware; many of our founding members are passionate product people who have spent decades in the industry. We combined that experience with the feedback we heard from users and together, we built the One. The incredible support from our community gave us faith that we were on the right track and changing things for the better.
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.
Oxygen OS is built around the ideal of open-source and offers an almost pure-stock Android experience, highly optimized for the OnePlus One hardware. OnePlus states the Oxygen OS is light in nature and won’t be system heavy. The OS also features several essential features, screen gestures, quick settings and an improved file manager.
You Can head over to the source link below to download and test the Oxygen OS right now.