OPPO announced that it will launch a new layout of the control center for the OPPO Pad series of tablets, supporting one-stop multi-device management.
The control center changes WiFi and Bluetooth into key operation controls and adds a new media playback center to integrate media control, switch playback sources, adjust volume, sound sharing and other functions.
The new control center has been launched in the ColorOS 13.0 public beta version, and those who have not yet received the update can wait for the subsequent system upgrade.
According to OPPO’s ColorOS 13 first-quarter upgrade adaptation plan, OPPO Pad will be upgraded to the official version of ColorOS 13 on January 31.
ColorOS 13 mainly brings aquatic design, adding Aquamorphic Design theme colors to enhance visual comfort; upgrading to Quantum Animation Engine 4.0, with a new behavior recognition function that can recognize complex gestures and provide optimized interactions; integrating real-world Physical motion is applied to animations to make it look more natural and intuitive; adding large folders to the home screen. Apps in enlarged folders can now be opened with a single tap, and pages in folders can be swipe through; added media playback controls, and optimized the quick settings experience; added support for adding widgets to the home screen The support of the information display is more personalized; the sidebar toolbox is added. A floating window can be opened in the app to achieve smooth operation; an automatic pixelation function has been added for chat screenshots. The system can identify and automatically pixelate profile pictures and display names in chat screenshots to protect privacy; add a dynamic calculation engine to improve system speed, stability, battery life and application experience, and more.