OnePlus recently announced that OxygenOS will replace CyanogenMod in upcoming phones, including the OnePlus 2, and now we know what it looks like.
Pictures courtesy of GizmoChina allegedly show OxygenOS in action. If these pictures are the real deal, it seems like OxygenOS will take on a clean look with a flat design. It appears to sort apps into categories with different colours attached to each. As you can see in the image below, apps are divided into Tools and Games, while the top shelf is made up of communication-related apps.
Other images show off a variety of lock screens. Each has a colourful abstract background and displays details about the weather. The weather display is quite simplistic in these images, suggesting that it isn’t a final version of the software. While OxygenOS is taking a minimalist design, this may be a step too far.
Apparently, the OnePlus 2 will surprise some people. It will reportedly be released later this year.